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Weigh In: Does America's Education System Need To Be Disrupted?

Jayne Miller wrote this on Jun 24, 2016

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Stop what you're doing and check out The Atlantic's article on the disruption of the American education system. It's linked below. It's super interesting. And it's way encouraging when it breaks down the gains that we've made year-over-year. 

We're also sharing an EdSurge post on edtech that supports project-based learning, as well as a phenomenal NPR Ed piece about three different schools in three different funding environments. 

It's summer. It's the weekend. And these are great edu reads. 

America's Not-So-Broken Education System | The Atlantic

When Tech Meets Project-Based Learning | EdSurge

Students share human-centered designs at Emoti-Con technology showcase | The Hechinger Report

Chaos, Change And No Change At All: 3 Stories Of School Money | NPR Ed

Librarian Approved: 30 Ed-Tech Apps to Inspire Creativity and Creation | MindShift

How to Make a Good Teacher | The Economist

Can ‘early warning systems’ keep children from dropping out of school? | Washington Post

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