Sunday, November 19, 2017

Educational Links 11/20/17


Help! This Edtech Company Says It Uses AI. (What Does That Mean? What Should I Ask?)


How one district solved its special education dropout problem


Library of Congress launches three new learning apps




What Every Parent Needs To Understand About Teens’ Mental Health


Station Rotation Model: Offering Optional Skill Stations


Colleges urged to bolster creative side of students' digital literacy



In a 2017 national survey, just 20 percent of Americans said they trusted the government to do what’s right for them always or most of the time, and only about one third of young adults said they’re optimistic about the nation’s future. When a government that aims to be of the people, by the people, and for the people, is only trusted by 20 percent of the people, something is significantly wrong.

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