For schools, media literacy is an “enduring issue” that predates social media and the internet, said Lawrence Paska of the National Council for the Social Studies.
By Benjamin Herold, Education Week
Where do Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump stand on the hot-button issues of education reform in the U.S.? Lisa Desjardins offers a rundown, and Education Week’s Andrew Ujifusa and Scott Jaschik of Inside Higher Education join Jeffrey Brown to examine…
By PBS NewsHour
In 2009, there were only 10 Mandarin dual-language programs in the United States. Now there are nearly 200.
By Corey Mitchell, Education Week
"We were surprised that so many Americans believe race- and ethnicity-based gaps are minimally, or in no way, a result of the nation’s legacy of racial discrimination and injustice,” wrote Daniel Newark, author of new survey findings published in the…
By Kenya Downs
By Marquita Brown, The Hechinger Report
Art lessons or larger classes? Years of stagnant funding forces Mississippi educators to make tough choices.
By Deanna Del Ciello, Swikar Patel, Education Week
Every wonder what it's like to attend a multilingual school? At this Pennsylvania high school, more than 15 languages are spoken.
By Emmanuel Felton, The Hechinger Report
Kentucky is among a handful of states that have created a designation for career-ready that is separate and distinct from college-ready.
By Kenya Downs
NewsHour Weekend anchor Hari Sreenivasan hosts a special Google Hangout on what it really means when we mispronounce students' names.
Does having a unique name affect you? Did a teacher ever butcher or make fun of it? Share your experiences using #ActuallyMyNameIs as part of NewHour's Google Hangout.
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