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Virginia Students Make Apps to Help Parents Choose the Best Schools
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Teaching Computer Science Without Touching a Computer
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Why Students Prefer to Learn From a Machine
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For Years We’ve Been Telling Kids to Sit Still and Pay Attention. That’s All Wrong.
Why Schools’ Efforts to Block the Internet Are So Laughably Lame
Educational Technology Is Making Achievement Gaps Even Bigger
Cognitive Science Tells Us That Speed-Reading Apps Have a Huge Drawback
Why Are Girls Nervous About Math? Maybe Because Moms Are, Too.
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