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PDK’s publications keep you up-to-date on the leading issues in K-12 education. Whether you are enjoying the latest edition of Kappan magazine, or checking out one of our recent blog posts, you can always rely on PDK for information about innovative research and practical strategies relevant to education professionals.

From kappanmagazine.org

  • Anywhere, anytime learning
    What students learn in out-of-school settings is becoming increasingly important to individual learning. Places such as libraries, museums, digital media, and after-school programs are evolving into extended classrooms and offer opportunities for educators to reimagine how they engage with families.
  • College for all, not quite equal
    So much of our national identity  has become wrapped up in believing that everyone can and should attend college. But reality is more complex. In this article, we learn the stories of three students who got into college — but the similarities stopped there.
  • Children of immigration
    The story of the children of immigration is deeply intertwined with the story of our nation. Embracing immigrant children and cultivating their full potential is the education challenge of our generation. The stakes are high: Their future is our future.

From the PDK blog

 

Educators Rising Standards

06.27.16 | Learning on the EDge | 0 Comments

The journey to accomplished teaching is a marathon. What should the first steps look like? Educators Rising Standards are the teaching profession’s answer to this vital question. Created with support from the National Education Association (NEA), who provided a generous grant award for their development, the standards will form the backbone for ... Read More

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