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Each week, I gather a wide variety of links to education and education technology articles. All this feeds the review I write each December on the stories we are told about the future of education. National) Education Politics. Former Secretary of Education Arne Duncan is making the rounds to promote his new book. Via CBS News : “Former Education Secretary Arne Duncan says U.S. ” (State and Local) Education Politics.

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(National) Education Politics. The AP interviews US Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos , who laments “she didn’t decry racism enough.” ” Via Politico : “New marching orders from Betsy DeVos’ civil rights chief have the Education Department churning through civil rights complaints. ” Via Education Week : “ ESSA Point Man Jason Botel to Leave Education Dept. ” (State and Local) Education Politics.

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Via The Washington Post : “Democratic senators press Trump ’s education pick Betsy DeVos to pay years-old $5.3 ” Via Education Week : “Who Is Part of Ed. ” Via The New York Times : “How Trump’s Education Nominee Bent Detroit to Her Will on Charter Schools.” Education Politics. Wheeler supported e-Rate reform and “ net neutrality.” That “online education pioneer” is Sebastian Thrun.

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” Via Education Week : “See Who’s Been Tapped to Lead Trump ’s Transition Team for Education.” ” Remind me again, all you fans of VR in education, how this technology is going to promote empathy? Education Politics. Not directly related to education, but man, aren’t you curious what an investigation of the Department of Education would turn up? Education in the Courts. Guild Education has raised $8.5

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Education Politics. Many in higher education opposed a British exit, or Brexit, from the union, arguing that membership in the E.U. ” “Schools, Libraries Miss Out on Millions in E-Rate Funds,” according to EdTech Magazine – some $245 million for the 2014 fiscal year. Via The Chronicle of Higher Education : “With two executive orders, Gov. That’s what former Department of Education folks, Arne Duncan and Jim Shelton, have done.