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Distance learning has a surprisingly long tradition of flexibility. A new infographic sheds some light on how various countries have gotten on board.
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How much do all of those school textbooks weigh? How much do textbooks cost on a regular basis? Do they still play an integral part of the learning process?
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How do schools in the two different countries leverage education technology? Who uses it for research more? Which country spends the most amount of time using edtech?
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A new infographic sheds some light on the current state of student loans. The numbers are staggering and downright disturbing. If you owe student loans, how long do you think it'll take to pay them off?
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If you've been wondering about some of the general statistics about the current state of teaching (like how many teachers work on Sundays), then this visualization is just what you need.
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People honor and celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. for many reasons, but most importantly, for his role in working to achieve race equality in America.
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From interactive presentations to primary source sites to lesson plans ... there's a lot to check out at the Library of Congress.
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The modern definition of learning, school, and college is an evolving mix of education and technology jargon. So what does that mean for high school students wondering about their college readiness?
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Being a connected educator may be one of the newest but most important things a teacher should know about. From growing your PLN on Twitter to finding a job on LinkedIn to engaging your class using mobile devices, it's a great time to be a teacher.
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Browsing Amazon.com might show you what books are bestsellers, what is similar to the last thing you looked at, or what other people bought in addition to the book you're looking at. Being a bestseller obviously means the book is widely popular- but just how popular?
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We've heard many arguments for and against standardized testing in the US. This infographic helps outline why standardized tests don't make sense to some.