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The Cobb Teaching & Learning System (CTLS) is a digital learning initiative developed for and by the Cobb County School District (CCSD) in Georgia. Adopting a mixed-methods approach, this case study by Professor Kenneth Wong and UEP alum Spencer Davis '22 AM seeks to analyze CTLS’s design and implementation, focusing on digital transformation and professional collaboration within CCSD.
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What does Deion Sanders' decision to leave HBCU coaching have to do with K-12 education policy reform? Professor Jonathan Collins ties the two together in his latest column for Kappan Magazine.
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Enrolling in and completing college is the most reliable pathway to economic mobility in the United States, but access to post-secondary opportunities is not equal for youth from all family backgrounds. In an event held by the Brookings Center on Children and Families, Professor Lindsay Page participated in a panel discussion centered on this issue and recent research findings. (Video)
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Carl F. Kaestle, University Professor and Professor of Education, History, and Public Policy emeritus, passed away on January 5, 2023, in Bloomington, IN. Carl was a towering figure in the history of American education whose scholarship, service, and leadership helped to build and shape the field.
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Meet Ally Wright, '13 MAT, who specialized in Secondary English Education while at Brown. She began her teaching career as an English instructor before transitioning into her new role as a Founding Principal of South LA College Prep, a public charter school in Los Angeles, CA.
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Professor Kenneth Wong, an authority in governance redesign of school systems, and other leading education professionals comment on the crisis of confidence in the North Kingstown, RI school system operations and offer suggestions to kick off recovery efforts.
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