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Classrooms of all stripes could use a guide to the fiscal cliff. This infographic does a decent job at simplifying a very complex subject.
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The future of education is online, open, and robust. (The October issue of Edudemic Magazine is all about that actually) That is, of course, assuming that the government thinks it's okay. In Minnesota, users are literally banned from using the popular free online education site Coursera.
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Should teachers be spending upwards of $3 billion of their own money on school supplies? According to the U.S. Census, that's how much teachers in the U.S. spend every year. That works out to about $480 a year.
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Do you drive a Chevy Volt? Do you want to? I'm seeing them on the road almost every day now. By this time next year, that will be quite a modest number I'd think. At least that's according to the current trends.
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What if your school got about $60,000 to spend on technology, training, and implementation? What would you do? That's the question 380 schools in Poland are now answering.
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A recently released U.S. Department of Education report contains enough statistics, p-values and information about "statistical significance" to entertain even the most extreme statistician. Fortunately, the art...
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The federal government has amped up its proposed spending on education at the expense of the military, it seems. That's according to the annual 'Death and Taxes' interactive infographic that details federal spending.
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The Department of Education has recently unveiled their proposal for the education system in the U.S. It's chock full of great reasons to be at least a little hopeful about the future of the education system. Here's a...