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15 NYC superintendents replaced amid push to fix failing schools

The shake-up impacted about 36% of the city's superintendents.

Oct. 21, 2014 / Roger Riddell (Education Dive)

Time for Kids comes to the classroom

The app brings together multimedia content and current events for K-6 classrooms.

Oct. 21, 2014 / Roger Riddell (Education Dive)

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EdCast CEO: The multiversity can help fend off MOOC disruption

While his company utilizes MOOCs as an open resource, Karl Mehta says its platform doesn't require institutions to give up intellectual property and students to third parties.

Oct. 21, 2014 / Roger Riddell (Education Dive)

New Orleans charter auctions computers containing student data

At least two computers from the now-defunct school were sold by the Louisiana Property Assistance Agency with the data intact.

Oct. 21, 2014 / Allie Gross (Education Dive)

Stanford tops 2013 college fundraising list

Stanford University raised $931.6 million from private donors in 2013, the most of any U.S. college or university.

Oct. 21, 2014 / Keith Button (Education Dive)

Rahm Emanuel wants Chicago high schoolers coding in three years

At the Internet of Things World Forum last week, Mayor Rahm Emanuel reiterated a plan first announced in December.

Oct. 21, 2014 / Allie Gross (Education Dive)

Rice University launches first AP MOOCs on edX

The free course covers AP Biology and would soon be followed by courses from Boston University, MIT, and more.

Oct. 21, 2014 / Keith Button (Education Dive)

Florida Gov. Rick Scott petitions Arne Duncan for a hearing

Scott wants a hearing on the state's denied request for flexibility when testing English Language Learners.  

Oct. 21, 2014 / Allie Gross (Education Dive)

National data exchange will help boost community college degrees

More students will be able to receive their associate degrees with the help of reverse credit transfers thanks to the new exchange.

Oct. 21, 2014 / Keith Button (Education Dive)

Graduation options expand for New York high schoolers

The state's Board of Regents supports a plan that will give students some legroom in how they earn their diploma.

Oct. 21, 2014 / Allie Gross (Education Dive)