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New York to Shorten Common Core Assessments Again

“According to an article in the New York Times, the state of New York will shorten its Common Core-aligned assessments for third through eighth graders this year. Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia announced the change at a Board of Regents meeting on...

Texas A&M To Look into Neuroscience of Learning

“The first set of questions Woltering said he hopes to answer with his research are focused on self-regulation: why some students can control their attention and emotions better than others; how self-regulation plays out over a lifetime; and whether self-regulation...

Choosing the Right Digital Learning Device

As EdTech becomes increasingly prevalent in U.S. schools, administrators are faced with many choices for laptops and tablet devices to serve their student population. District budgets are finite, and the tech devices offered evolve rapidly, so how can educators know...