1. Though the “No Child Left Behind” brand is thoroughly tarnished, the law sparked the revolution of data-driven educating.
By Nick Sheltrown in EdSurge
2. To help cities plan for flooding, drought, wildfires and other effects of climate change, the University of Michigan built an adaptation tool for the Great Lakes region.
By Lisa A. Pappas at University of Michigan’s Graham Sustainability Institute
3. Teachers are underpaid in America. Early childhood workers earns even less for setting the foundation of all future learning for our children. That should change.
By Laura Bornfreund at New America Foundation
4. Chicago’s ‘Crime Lab’ — which uses scientific research to understand and experiment with innovative ways to prevent crime — could be replicated in other cities.
By Tina Rosenberg in Fixes, at the New York Times
5. To reduce billions of needless miles driving, a startup is bringing the Uber model to the trucking industry.
By Liz Gannes in Re/code
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