The 5 Biggest Education Stories of 2014

Public education was major news in 2014. Here are the issues that scored the biggest headlines.
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Taking Action Against For-Profit College Abuses

The federal government takes important first steps in regulating industry that saddles students with massive debt and third-rate degrees.
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Learning Trends to Look Out For in 2015
Better ways to use data. High-tech professional development. Differentiated instruction. Some exciting advancements are on the horizon for classrooms in 2015. Source: District Administrator
More People With Higher SAT Scores Are Going Into Teaching
A new study finds that says the academic ability of new teachers in New York has risen substantially in recent years. The researchers caution that SAT scores are an imperfect measure of intelligence, though they contain useful insight. Source: The Huffington Post
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2014’s Best and Worst Players in Public Education

A lot of people looked to make their mark on education this year - for better or worse. Find out who deserves an apple and who gets an onion.
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