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You never stop learning, and the way that we are learning hasn’t stopped changing either. This newsletter looks at the ways that education is adapting to technologies, a pandemic and more.

It searches out places around the world where interesting things are happening in schools, from pre-K to PhDs. Articles come from a wide variety of sources, from the local reporter covering changes at a small-town school to national newspapers covering the big debates about government policy. It also pulls from sources that are dedicated to education specifically, offering something for those immersed in these questions and those who are just starting to follow them. 

In addition to normal topics in education such as the way to test most effectively, how to improve equality and how to fund everything, this newsletter has also recently taken a look at how different institutions are responding to coronavirus. As the world looks for another school year to start in the autumn, we hope our articles help you catch up on everything interesting that is happening.

Latest editions
  • Education #7
    August 11, 2020
    • South Africa & radical changes
    • Distance learning dilemma
    • Redeploying teachers
    • Delivery of microcredentials
  • Education #6
    August 4, 2020
    • Preventing a disaster
    • Foreign scientists in US
    • Privatized "Microschools"
    • Resuming student loans
  • Education #5
    July 28, 2020
    • Outdoor school?
    • Rise of the Zutors
    • The ADA has fallen short
    • NZ launches 10-year plan
  • Education #4
    July 21, 2020
    • The student bait & switch
    • Saving music education
    • US student debt crisis
    • Making education equitable
  • Education #3
    July 14, 2020
    • International student rules
    • More tests for jobs
    • Pakistan's digital divide
    • Students want more say
  • Education #3
    July 7, 2020
    • Refugee students
    • Cacophony of crises
    • UK universities collapsing
    • Reopening NY schools
  • Education #2
    June 30, 2020
    • Disability-inclusive education
    • Beyond Zoom U
    • Vocal parents in Scotland
    • Tribal schools hit
  • Education #1
    June 23, 2020
    • University funding crisis
    • International students
    • New York school struggles
    • UNESCO on Bangladesh
  • Schoolhouse Rocked #...
    May 29, 2020
    Editor: Christopher Brennan Graduation caps have been replaced for many by face masks. It is one more sign, if students didn't know already, that this year is not normal. Around the world administrators are also looking to the summer not as a vacation but as a critical period for finding out what the "new normal" for education looks like, the subject of this Digest. These articles from New Hampshire to Namibia explore angles such as technology, visas, and the ever-important subject of inequality in schooling. Gathered with the Deepnews Scoring Model, we hope they help you learn something new.