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Teaching and Leading at the 5th International Summit on the Teaching Profession

Each March I look forward to joining colleagues from around the world at the International Summit on the Teaching Profession to learn from high-performing and rapidly improving education systems about ways to elevate and enhance the teaching profession in order to improve student learning. I never imagined when we started the International Summit in New York City in 2011 that it would become a vib

Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post 

Strauss: Will the new SAT be easier than the old one? A look at what the new test could look like

The College Board just released a sample of its revised PSAT, or the Preliminary SAT/ National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test, which is taken by some 3.5 million high school students each year. The PSAT does not count for college admissions, but is important for students hoping to win a National Merit Scholarship. And because the PSAT and the SAT use the same style of questions, this gives us a

The Guardian (U.K.) 

University protests around the world: share your photos

Are you staging a protest or occupation to fight against the commercialisation of higher education? Share your photos via GuardianWitnessOver the past month, academics and students in Canada, the Netherlands and the UK have taken a stand against their institutions through staging protests and occupations. Related: University protests around the world: a fight against commercialisation C

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