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Educators must move past common-core anxiety and focus on steps for implementing the standards, Linda Diamond writes.
A look at how and why our food has lost its nutritional value offers an analogy for what's going wrong in education, writes Paula Stacey.
Rather than embracing quick fixes, education reform should address context, complexity, and history, James H. Nehring writes.
Any statewide investigation into whether Texas school districts might be cheating on standardized tests should not be limited to the border, officials said.
In Kansas and elsewhere, evolving Web tools help new teachers connect with veterans in their content area.