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Weekend Education Reads: 14 Important Stories on Schools, Students, and Policy You May Have Missed This Week

Every week, The 74 spotlights important education journalism that may have been overshadowed by the news. See our recent archive of must-read clips, and get this roundup delivered directly to your inbox by signing up for The 74 Newsletter.

It was a busy news week: Arizona moved to implement America’s first universal education savings account program, the nation’s teachers took to social media for #LoveMySchoolDay, and ed wonks in D.C. debated Andy Smarick’s proposal that every public school be given an authorizer.

Here are a few other interesting articles we’ve been reading this week, that you might have missed amid all the headlines:

The Atlantic: How Colleges Use Big Data to Target the Students They Want

USA Today’s Pulitzer Finalist: Broken Discipline Tracking Systems Let Teachers Flee Troubled Pasts

Education Post: Power, Policy and Prayer: My Eye-Opening Phone Call With Betsy DeVos

LA School Report: New District Data on Student Grades Show More Than Half of LAUSD’s 2016 Graduates Were Not Eligible for California’s Public Universities

Nashville Public Radio: Should High School Students Need a Foreign Language to Graduate?

Commonwealth: Voc-Tech Tension: Massachusetts Vocational Schools Are a Big Success Story, but Are They Shutting Out Those Who Might Need Them Most?

The New York Times: New York’s Free-Tuition Program Will Help Traditional, but Not Typical, Students

Mr Rad’s Neighborhood: Last In, First Out

Center for American Progress: Hidden Money: The Outsized Role of Parent Contributions in School Finance

12 News Arizona: Democrat David Garcia to Announce Run for Arizona Governor

WHYY and NewsWorks.com: Changing Climate and Flattening Earth: Teaching Science in a ‘Fake News’ World

The Baltimore Sun: NTSB Finds ‘Deficiencies’ in Vetting of Baltimore School Bus Drivers

The Deseret News: Utah Schools Recruiting Teachers ‘Coast to Coast’ in Face of High Turnover, Retirements

The Hechinger Report: Idaho Gives Education Money Directly to Teenagers to Manage Themselves

….And here’s one pretty amazing new tool that you have to check out:

EdBuild: Funded — State Education Funding Policies for All 50 States

 



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