Education


The 411 on everything education! 100 Best Education Blogs

Want to keep up with the latest trends in educational technology? Interested in continuing your education? Here are the top 100 education blogs on the web. Chock full of data, educational resources, and at least a few nuts, they will help guide you through all those questions you’ve been meaning to ask, but haven’t quite found the time for...

The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act: How education stimulus money will impact YOU

Obama’s Recovery and Reinvestment Act is one of the largest taxpayer funded projects of all time. And yet the details about what it is exactly doing and where the money is going to seem to be encased in a black box of confusion and mystery. This article will shine a little light...

Why The Future Is Now: An Interview with Alex Mann

Alex Mann, our freelance journalist, who has delivered the “lessons from the field” series of blog posts, has a deep-seeded passion for education and entrepreneurship. Taking a break from running his startup, AM Analytics, and from interviewing teachers from around the country for this blog, he has agreed to do an interview with Stephen Tom of Teacherlinx to share his thoughts on the state of education...

 

Major Players of Education Reform

Education Reform has become a scaldingly hot issue for the Obama administration. Throughout the campaign the President made improving the American educational system one of his top domestic priorities, and is now backing up his rhetoric with billions of dollars in stimulus money to reward states that improve student performance...

The Equity Project Bets that Education is All About Teachers

The Equity Project (TEP) Charter School made a bet this year that the most important factor in the academic success of its students was the quality of their teachers. And they have gone all in...

EDU-torial: Is Stimulus Money Saving the Educational System?

This is an EDU-torial by Mike Davidson: Mike is currently a graduate student at New York University working toward his Masters Degree. His recent experiences through most levels of education drive his beliefs and hopes for education reform...