New year, new beginnings. If one of your resolutions is to do more reading, we’re here to help. Here’s our roundup of top educational stories from the past seven days:
With many of us returning from the holiday break feeling reinvigorated and ready to start something new, cultural initiatives are top of mind. Jillian Darwish from the Mayerson Academy shares two secrets to energize your culture in 2017.
The presidential transition means an especially busy start to the year, so it’s no surprise that Donald Trump and K12 education are at the top of Education Week’s five things to watch in 2017 list.
Before they created a personalised learning environment for their students, one Dakota school started creating personalized professional development for its teachers. Here’s what they learned in the process.
No grades. No timetable. In Berlin, a school where pupils choose their own subjects and motivate themselves is making a big impression on students, teachers, and educational leaders.
Martin Luther King Day is coming up, January 15. Here are some lesson plans and mutimedia resources from eduTopia to help you get started.