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New Education Law: Bipartisan No More.” Republicans are made because the Department of Education issued guidelines about how ESSA should be implemented.

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The Rough Beasts of Ed-Tech

This keynote was delivered today at the Irish Learning Technology Association's annual conference, EdTech2016, in Dublin. The full slidedeck is available here.

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The Education and Justice Departments have notified every public school district in the country with a “Dear Colleague” letter that discrimination against transgender students, particularly over which bathroom they can use, violates federal civil rights law.

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Identity, Power, and Education's Algorithms

This article first appeared in the publication Identity, Education and Power in February 2016

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Who's Investing in Ed-Tech (2010-2016)

Some Background…

Way back in 2012, I wrote an article “Who’s Investing in Ed-Tech?” It remains one of the most popular posts on Hack Education, even though it’s totally out-of-date. The article explains a bit how venture capital works, and it lists some of the best known investors in education technology, along with a few of the companies they’ve funded. No doubt the popularity of the story reflects how often folks query “who’s investing in ed-tech?”

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Maine Governor Paul LePage is an idiot. (Not really news, but in the news this week.)

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Why America’s Schools Have A Money Problem.” (That’s NPR on school funding.)

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