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Update on ESEA Reauthorization: Every Child Achieves Act

On July 16, the Senate approved the Every Child Achieves Act with a vote of 81-17. The Senate sent a strong signal today that teachers and students should have access to the the technology, including digital content and open educational … Continue reading

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A Critical Moment for Public Education in New Hampshire

A number of bills proposed in the Legislature would undo the progress we’ve made So many things are going right in New Hampshire public education right now. Our students score among the top in the country. Our educators have led … Continue reading

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A National Look at Student Data Privacy Legislation

As the legislative session wraps up, student data privacy bills are headed to the books in 20 states. State policymakers introduced 110 bills on student data privacy in 36 states this session, with 30 of them passing both houses and … Continue reading

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Embrace Personalization and Privacy

Privacy remains a national and educational headline issue–for some valid and some self serving reasons. National security and credit card scandals raised the visibility of privacy. Self-inflicted wounds of ill-conceived data ventures didn’t help. Attack blogs and sensational press have … Continue reading

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