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DeVos hearing addresses school choice, rights

ASCD SmartBrief | Jan 18, 2017

School choice, guns in schools and special education were some of the topics lawmakers asked Betsy DeVos, the nominee for US secretary of education, during her confirmation hearing this week. DeVos addressed school choice during her opening remarks, noting that "Parents no longer believe that a one-size-fits-all model of learning meets the needs of every child." The Washington Post (tiered subscription model) (01/17) National Public Radio (01/17) The Atlantic online (01/17)


Tips to help leaders use time, talent wisely

ASCD SmartBrief | Jan 16, 2017

What does "career ready" mean in kindergarten?

ASCD SmartBrief | Jan 13, 2017

Schools test free personalized learning platform

ASCD SmartBrief | Jan 17, 2017

District leaders rethink discipline

ASCD SmartBrief | Jan 17, 2017

OECD to pilot International Early Learning Study

ASCD SmartBrief | Jan 13, 2017

Obama administration advances funding proposal

ASCD SmartBrief | Jan 17, 2017

School leaders work to make PLCs a success

ASCD SmartBrief | Jan 17, 2017

Why it's time to invest in student voice

ASCD SmartBrief | Jan 18, 2017

Schools adopt flexible learning spaces

ASCD SmartBrief | Jan 16, 2017


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