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    Columbine School Shooting Remembered

    April 21, 2015

    April 20 continues to be a day of mourning and remembrance at Columbine High School, and this year marked the 16th anniversary of what was then the deadliest school shooting in U.S. history. On that day in 1999, 12 students and a teacher were killed, and 28 others were wounded, by two fellow students at the Littleton, Colo., school.

    Denver Post photographer Kathryn Scott Osler was there to capture some of the scene.

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    A Photographer’s View of the Atlanta Schools Test-Cheating Trial

    April 20, 2015

    Atlanta Journal-Constitution staff photographer Kent D. Johnson was the courtroom photographer during the landmark trial in Atlanta that resulted in the conviction of 11 former Atlanta school employees for falsifying test results to collect bonuses or keep their jobs. Johnson shares his thoughts about covering the months-long trial and its impact on the community.

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    Catching Up With ESEA’s Early Advocates

    April 1, 2015

    Fifty years ago this month, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Elementary and Secondary Education Act into law. Education Week catches up with three figures who played key early roles in implementing this historical legislation.

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    Telling the Story of a Superintendent and Her School District

    March 4, 2015

    Swikar Patel reflects on the impact a recent Education Week story had on the superintendent he and colleague Deanna Del Ciello covered.

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    A Photo Assignment Turns Personal

    January 29, 2015

    For photographer Ramin Rahimian, a recent assignment to document a reading program for infants echoed his own personal mission as a parent to a 2-year-old.

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    Pittsburgh Teams Up on Tech-Infused Education

    January 20, 2015

    From hands-on circuitry projects for kindergartners to “maker spaces” inside local museums, Pittsburgh has quietly emerged as a national model for supporting fresh approaches to technology-infused education, especially for young children.

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    Education Week’s Photos of 2014

    December 22, 2014

    Our annual “Photos of the Year” package recaps some of our favorite visual storytelling from the talented staff and freelance photographers who worked for Education Week in 2014. Included are photos that are not only linked to some of our biggest stories in K-12 from the past year — such as Common Core State Standards, immigration, the E-rate, and STEM education — but also represent some wonderful visual moments that caused us to stop, take notice, and occasionally, smile.

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    Then and Now — Immigration Order Brings Ala. Family Hope for Education, Future

    December 18, 2014

    Education Week Takes You Back to the People and Places That Have Shaped Our Stories

    This is the first installment of an occasional series in which the Education Week staff revisits a story from the archives to bring you updates on the schools, educators, students, and issues that were featured.

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    A Home for Learning

    December 10, 2014

    For Education Week’s story this week on a housing partnership at McCarver Elementary School in the Tacoma, Wash., photographer Ian C. Bates spent time with a formerly homeless family that has now found stability and hope in a home and academic supports for its school-age children.

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    A Collective Experience in K-12

    November 21, 2014

    Retired educator Richard Lodish’s collection of K-12 artifacts and memorabilia has been deemed so important and historically complete that some of it’s contents are headed to the Smithsonian.

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