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A new report from the World Economic Forum and Boston Consulting Group finds skills gaps in language arts, math science, critical thinking, problem solving, creativity and curiosity among a range of countries and income levels and suggests that technology could help address the issue.
78% of 2,462 U. S. middle and high school educators taking a recent online Pew Research Center survey said that digital technologies help students create and express themselves. Furthermore, According...
At a time when teachers’ unions across the country are fighting new Common Core tests arriving this spring, more than 1000 teachers sat down to grade some of these new tests aligned to the controversial standards. Teach Plus, a non-profit focused on keeping good teachers in urban classrooms, asked teachers in Boston, Chicago, Memphis, Nashville, …
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