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Commentary: From the Ground Up, Chicago Embraces Technology
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Commentary: Perspectives From an Underemployed College Grad
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Education Nation 2013: Summit
The fourth annual NBC News Education Nation Summit explored "What It Takes" for us as a nation to ensure students are successfully prepared for college, career and beyond.
About Education Nation
Education Nation is NBC News' year-round initiative to engage the country in a solutions-focused conversation about the state of education in America.
Education Nation 2013: Common Core Teacher Institute
To help teachers better understand what the Common Core State Standards will mean for classroom instruction, we hosted a Common Core Teacher Institute in collaboration with Teaching Channel.
Commentary: It Takes All Of Us
New research suggests mentoring relationships have meaningful impact on young people.
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A mentoring relationship may help students succeed.
Commentary: Innovating that Little Schoolhouse on the Prairie
Watch an old episode of Little House on the Prairie and notice today's classroom looks remarkably similar to the one back then.
Education Nation 2013: Detroit
The Education Nation tour kicked off in Detroit, Michigan, where NBC News and WDIV Local 4 hosted a week of events and programming to engage the community on education issues affecting the city.
Education Nation 2013: Phoenix
NBC News, 12 News, The Arizona Republic, azcentral.com and Telemundo Phoenix hosted a week's worth of events and programming to engage the community on critical education issues.
Education Nation 2013: New Orleans
The Education Nation tour continued on in New Orleans, where NBC News and its affiliate station WDSU hosted a week of events and programming focused on education challenges and opportunities throughout the region.
Aspen Ideas Festival 2013
NBC News Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent Andrea Mitchell moderated a conversation about the potential for MOOCs to transform higher education.
Commentary: What Really Needs to Be Reformed?
The hard part of reform is trying to decide what each student needs to be successful.
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The answer may be "maybe."
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Studies show employers seek students who have mastered applied skills.
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