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    Massachusetts compares the validity of two standardized tests

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    Choice and competition remain the country’s best hope

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    An excerpt by Stacey Childress from Educational Entrepreneurship Today, Hess and McShane, eds.

  • High School of the Future

    Cutting-edge model capitalizes on blended learning to take personalization further

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What We’re Watching: Online Course on Using PISA to Drive Progress

EdPolicy Leaders Online has launched a new online course that will take a close look at PISA data and explore how the data can be used to improve education policymaking in the U.S.

EdNext Podcast: Can Non-Cognitive Skills Be Taught?

Journalist Paul Tough talks with Education Next editor Marty West about his new book, Helping Children Succeed.

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