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Schools Can’t Stop Kids From Sexting. More Technology Can.

“YOUTH is subjected by our civilization to aggressive sex stimuli and suggestiveness oozing from every pore.” So declared the education professor Clark Hetherington in 1914, condemning the proliferation of racy movies and tell-all magazines. Lest adolescents succumb to the “indulgence” on display, he wrote, schools needed to teach “self-control” and …

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States Are Pretty Confused About What Happens When Students Opt Out Of Tests

  This piece comes to us courtesy of Education Week, where it was originally published. A flurry of parents opting their children out of taking new state assessments in places like Colorado, Florida, New Jersey, and New York has both the U.S. Department of Education and state education departments reviewing …

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