Sustainability, high education, school funding, technology in the classroom and more! In this EdNews Round Up, we dive into what experts are considering the top education trends to watch in 2020.
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No one knows better than educators about the importance of staying up-to-date. For the past year, In Edmentum’s Weekly News Round Up has brought you the latest and most interesting education news, all in one place. This year, we are striving to bring you news focused around the topics that matter most to you. That’s why we are shifting the Weekly EdNews Round Up to a Topical EdNews Digest. Look out for this month’s edition, coming soon.
Education policy is set to be a central a topic of conversation in state and federal legislatures, as well as teacher lounges and dinner tables, as we head into an election year. In this week’s EdNews Round Up, revisit some of the most influential policies of 2019, and take a look at what could be in store for 2020.
A lot has changed in the past decade, both inside and outside of the classroom, that have changed the landscape of education in more ways than one. Take a look back over some of the most impactful policy shifts and practices that have altered the teacher’s workday over the last 10 years, as well as stories on how to save a dying language, how ESSA has evolved since 2015, and more in this week’s EdNews Round Up.
Between the student debt crisis, admissions scandals, and colleges buying student data to boost exclusivity, there’s a lot to dive into when it comes to higher education. In this week’s edition of the EdNews Round Up, explore topics centered around issues faced by higher education institutions, students, and graduates.
For the fourth time in history, Congress is considering impeaching the president of the United States. For teachers around the country, it's an opportunity to explore concepts and skills that are often relegated to textbooks. Read all about this story, as well as a modern take on teaching Thanksgiving, the difference between boys and girls when it comes to math, and more in this week’s EdNews Round Up.