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'Open' learning resources are more economical than e-textbooks, education advocates say.
In this week's roundup: Obama announces 10 states that now have flexibility from No Child Left Behind.
Republicans say waiver process shows Obama thinks separation of powers is “tiresome.”
St. Ignatius College Preparatory is closing until Monday to sanitize the school and restore students' health.
Badges for lifelong learners' knowledge and skills are considered a 'game-changing strategy.'
In this week's roundup: Apple teams up with textbook publishers to create iBook 2 for iPad.
Education data can be useful, but privacy experts are concerned about data misuse.
President Obama is asking to produce more degrees for the dollar; leaders consider more online classes.
Despite budget cuts to Career and Technical Education, grads still land jobs and go to college.
Secretary of Education Arne Duncan says the U.S. needs to copy the best practices of other countries.