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    7 Minutes and 35 Seconds With Salman Khan

    April 4, 2014

    San Francisco-based photographer Ramin Rahimian recently caught up with Salman “Sal” Khan, founder of the Khan Academy, an online education platform and nonprofit organization. He had just a few minutes to photograph the busy entrepreneur for this Education Week news story.

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    War on Poverty: Education Provides Hope to Public Housing Residents

    March 26, 2014

    A video and photo gallery from the second installment of our War on Poverty series, which explores public housing programs that have developed since the creation of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and it’s impact on education. Reporting by Evie Blad, Video by Megan Garner and Swikar Patel, and Photos by Swikar Patel

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    See Me After School

    March 11, 2014

    Aliza Eliazarov shares her portrait series “See Me After School,” first published in The New York Times, where she photographed New York City educators in the quiet moments after the last bell had rung. As a former teacher, Eliazarov possessed a special insight into the “poignant time in a teacher’s day” when “exhaustion and relief, concern and contentment” all marry as the school day comes to a close.

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    The War On Poverty: A Diptych Photo Gallery

    January 22, 2014

    Photo gallery from Education Week’s first installment of a special report on the War On Poverty. Cincinnati has historically been one of the nation’s most racially and economically segregated metropolises, both at the time President Lyndon B. Johnson declared his 1964 “war on poverty” and today.

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    Behind the Scenes of a Video Shoot in Memphis City Schools

    January 16, 2014

    A look behind the scenes of Education Week’s video portraits on the Memphis school system.

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    Da Vinci Academy Inspires Artful Moments

    January 7, 2014

    Da Vinci Innovation Academy in suburban Los Angeles is a charter school for home-schooled students. Photographer David Walter Banks shares his thoughts on making the most out of every assignment, and suggests that being sensitive to your surroundings can be just as important as seeing in visual storytelling.

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    Education Week’s Photos of 2013

    December 20, 2013

    Education Week’s photo editors pick their favorite photos from 2013.

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    Legend of Pine Ridge

    December 16, 2013

    Take a look behind Education Week’s documentary “A Long Road Back to the Rez,” a film that examines the state of Native American education on Pine Ridge Reservation through the words of the educators, students, and parents living there.

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    Picturing the Common Core

    October 7, 2013

    This week we spoke with D.C. photographer Jared Soares about covering a four-part-series on how the common-core standards are affecting teaching and learning. This 7-month project followed the day-to-day life at Stuart Hobson Middle School told through the lens of 8th grade student Mikel Robinson and English/language arts teacher Dowan McNair Lee.

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    Portrait of a Young Teacher in an Inner-City High School

    September 12, 2013

    Education Week talks with Alexis Lambrou about her photo essay on a young teacher in an inner-city high school in New York. Her four-month project follows 24-year-old teacher Ferrin Bujan at the Brooklyn Community Arts & Media High School, focusing on the dynamics between the young teacher who isn’t much older than the students she teaches. Lambrou asks, “What does that look like? Is there a power struggle? Do the young teachers use their age to their advantage and are they more relatable to students?”

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