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Ideas matter. In addition to our work with clients, Bellwether Education Partners generates and gathers ideas and policy solutions, analyzes ongoing reform efforts, and writes about and discusses education and education reform. We believe that the work we do to improve education for all students benefits from thought leadership, analysis, and thoughtful discourse around emerging ideas, in order to help challenge leaders and leading organizations to think differently and improve, to coordinate efforts where possible, to inform policymakers and improve the political and policy context, and to share successful approaches with the public education field at large.

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TIME.com -- Why Fallujah might have more to teach us than Finland about improving our schools.

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TIME.com -- New “parent trigger” laws are triggering debate, but not enough attention is being paid to what happens afterwards.

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TIME.com -- Parents don’t want to further traumatize young victims, but handling things “discreetly” merely displaces the problem to another school or community.

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TIME.com -- Several states are considering proposals to let homeschooled kids play sports at public schools.

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TIME.com -- We all assume schools are sitting on a big pile of cash that they could use to lower tuition. Here’s why that’s not true.

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TIME.com -- With an $18 million donation, the corporate giant is taking a controversial stand on education reform.

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TIME.com -- Making schools compete for federal aid is more feasible than an all-out assault on the powerful higher education lobby.

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TIME.com -- Until we figure out how to best use technology in the classroom, the bells and whistles are often a distraction.

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TIME.com -- Schools frown upon making requests, but even good schools have bad teachers.

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TIME.com -- This year’s TIME list of 12 education activists to watch in 2012 is out.

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