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10 Reasons Edtech Works Sometimes, But Not All the Time


This article outlines the plans of the EdTech Genome Project, a collaborative effort of more than 100 education research and… Read More »

blog | March 13, 2020 | by Felicia Sullivan

Scaling is All the Rage, but How Do You Make It Happen?

It’s fall 2017 in New Hampshire. The state’s Performance Assessment for Competency-based Education (PACE) system is entering its third year.… Read More »


Making Powerful Educational Choices for our Children

Ulcca Joshi Hansen

This article calls on parents to advocate for student-centered learning. Written by a fellow parent, it outlines the advantages of… Read More »


How Hands-On Projects Can Deepen Math Learning for Teens

Kara Newhouse

In this article, teachers from Science Leadership Academy, a public magnet school in Philadelphia committed to project-based learning, share the… Read More »


3 Steps to Rethink Failure


This article focuses on the important role failure plays in the creation of future success. It outlines three steps educators can… Read More »


Designing and Using Authentic Tasks and Projects for Meaningful Learning and Assessment

Authentic projects can lead to increased student engagement, but can be difficult to design and plan. This webinar will address… Read More »


How Can Your Schools Recruit and Retain More Black Teachers?

Matt Zalaznick

This article provides an overview of a report focused on recruiting and retaining black male teachers. The report, “Having Our… Read More »


Culturally Responsive Schools


This issue of ASCD Express focuses on ways to build culturally responsive schools. It features articles on several related topics… Read More »


The Role of School Librarians in OER Curation

Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education

Librarians can play an important role in expanding the use of Open Educational Resources (OER) to support student-centered curriculum. This… Read More »


The Best Edtech for Students Is Backed by Research

Megan Silander and Naomi Hupert

In this article, researchers draw on their experience studying technology and learning to offer advice on selecting effective ed-tech products.… Read More »

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