Survey: Student Success Calls for More Than Academic Skills - Education Week

Educators agree that social-emotional learning is important, but teachers and school leaders have different perceptions about how well students are faring. Read More

Teacher-Retention Data for Charters Still Murky - Education Week

For all the anecdotal claims about teacher turnover in charter schools, the available data on the topic are remarkably muddled. Read More

State Lawmakers Balance Concerns on Student-Data Privacy - Education Week

The debate over how to best protect student data has legislators weighing the views of privacy advocates and education technology providers in this year’s crop of proposals. Read More

Guide to Data Privacy Issued for Parents - Education Week

The Future of Privacy Forum has released a guide to help parents understand student-data-privacy policies. Read More

N.J. May Order Contractors to Undergo Criminal Checks - Education Week

State contractors with access to student information in New Jersey may soon have to undergo a criminal-background check. Read More

Blended Learning Research Yields Limited Results - Education Week

Drawing conclusions about what works in blended learning is difficult, because of the amorphous nature of the term, rapid changes in technology and how it is used, and other factors. Read More

Common-Core Testing Clashes With Social-Media Monitoring - Education Week

A New Jersey high school student who posted a tweet about a question on a common-core test has unintentionally sparked a national controversy. Read More

2015 SAT, ACT Scores Suggest Many Students Aren’t College Ready - Education Week

Average scores either dipped or stayed the same for this year’s crop of high school graduates, according to college-testing officials. Read More

Data: The Governors Running for President and Their K-12 Records - Education Week

Did any states see major improvements in K-12 education during the terms of the nine governors and former governors now running for president? Read More

Slicing the K-12 Data on Governors Running for White House - Education Week

It can be tough to draw a clear line between the policies a governor pushed while in office and improvements in student achievement, researchers say. Read More

Number of Students Taking AP Science Exams Surges - Education Week

The biggest increases from last year to this year were seen in physics and computer science, according to new data from the College Board. Read More

2015 SAT, ACT Scores Suggest Many Students Aren’t College-Ready - Education Week

Average scores either dipped or stayed the same for this year’s crop of high school graduates, according to college-testing officials. Read More

New Federal College Data Elicit Praise, Skepticism - Education Week

While the updated College Scorecard offers more indicators for consumers, like college graduation rates and debt loads, it may fall on high school counselors to interpret the data for students. Read More

News Corp. Sells Amplify to Joel Klein, Other Executives - Education Week

The beleaguered digital education division that News Corp. invested $1 billion in since 2010 was sold on Sept. 30 to a team of 11 Amplify executives. Read More

Wyoming May Block Access to Social-Media Accounts - Education Week

Wyoming could become one of the first states to institute broad protections for students unwilling to give school officials access to their social-media accounts. Read More

Arizona Board Sues State Schools Chief - Education Week

The Arizona board of education has followed through on its promise to sue to force state schools chief Diane Douglas to give remote computer access to board investigators. Read More

White House Initiative to Target Absenteeism - Education Week

The Obama administration last week launched an initiative aimed at reducing chronic absenteeism in public schools. Read More

Educators Hope Congress Provides Clarity, Support on Privacy Issues - Education Week

Eight federal bills, amendments, or provisions related to student-data privacy have been introduced in 2015. Read More

Feds Put Spotlight on Needs of Black ELLs - Education Week

With more than 130,000 black ELLs in public schools, White House and U.S. Department of Education officials will develop tools for educators. Read More

Why K-12 Data-Privacy Training Needs to Improve - Education Week

Education experts are lamenting the lack of training opportunities for educators that they say must happen for true student-data-privacy protection. Read More

Threat of Data-Privacy Litigation Fuels District Insurance Purchases - Education Week

As more and more large, well-known companies—such as Home Depot and Target—fall victim to cyberattacks, school districts are realizing they could be next. Read More

Lessons Learned From Security Breaches - Education Week

The problem is school systems often lack specific plans for dealing with data breaches once they occur, creating logistical and public relations challenges. Read More

Schools Learn Lessons From Security Breaches - Education Week

Schools are vulnerable to outside hacking, in-house errors, and even technology gaps at companies they work with. Yet, school systems often lack specific plans for dealing with data breaches once they occur, creating logistical and public relations challenges. Read More

Signs Point to Rise in High School Graduation Rates - Education Week

The U.S. Department of Education is encouraged by preliminary state-by-state data showing that graduation rates for the 2013-14 school year were up from the year before. Read More

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