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The View from Jones Elementary School: Justin Minkel on Collaboration

The View from Jones Elementary School: Justin Minkel on Collaboration
The View from Jones Elementary School: Justin Minkel on Collaboration
Length: 2:08

Justin Minkel describes how the teaching culture at Jones Elementary School in Springdale, AR, changed to be more collaborative and supportive.

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The View from Jones Elementary School: Mindy Epp on data and goal setting

The View from Jones Elementary School: Mindy Epp on data and goal setting
The View from Jones Elementary School: Mindy Epp on data and goal setting
Length: 2:11

Mindy Epp explains how using data helps her and other teachers at Jones Elementary School in Springdale, AR, help students reach their learning goals.

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Core Beliefs to Form a New ESEA

Core Beliefs to Form a New ESEA
Core Beliefs to Form a New ESEA
Length: 7:36

U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan laid out a bold vision on January 12, 2015, for the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) that continues a focus on the nation’s most vulnerable students.

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Arne Duncan: "The buck stopped nowhere"

Arne Duncan: "The buck stopped nowhere"
Arne Duncan: "The buck stopped nowhere"
Length: 1:36

U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan on January 12, 2015, laid out a bold vision for the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) that continues a focus on the nation’s most vulnerable students.

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Arne Duncan: "In making choices for our children’s future, we will decide who we are as a nation."

Arne Duncan: "In making choices for our children’s future, we will decide who we are as a nation."
Arne Duncan: "In making choices for our children’s future, we will decide who we are as a nation."
Length: 5:23

U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan on January 12, 2015, laid out a bold vision for the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) that continues a focus on the nation’s most vulnerable students.

Read more at http://www.ed.gov/news/press-releases...

Arne Duncan: Educational opportunity cannot be optional for any child anywhere in this country

Arne Duncan: Educational opportunity cannot be optional for any child anywhere in this country
Arne Duncan: Educational opportunity cannot be optional for any child anywhere in this country
Length: 1:59

U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan on January 12, 2015, laid out a bold vision for the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) that continues a focus on the nation’s most vulnerable students.

Read more at http://www.ed.gov/news/press-releases...

Improving Education: The View from Jones Elementary School

Improving Education: The View from Jones Elementary School
Improving Education: The View from Jones Elementary School
Length: 4:18

In this new video, see how teachers at Jones are helping their students excel. Improving Education: The View from Jones Elementary School shows how teachers and the school principal work together to encourage their students to succeed.

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America's Educational Crossroads: Making the Right Choice for Our Children's Future

America's Educational Crossroads: Making the Right Choice for Our Children's Future
America's Educational Crossroads: Making the Right Choice for Our Children's Future
Length: 25:12

U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan on January 12, 2015, laid out a bold vision for the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) that continues a focus on the nation’s most vulnerable students.

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FULL EVENT America's Educational Crossroads: Making the Right Choice for our Children's Future

FULL EVENT America's Educational Crossroads: Making the Right Choice for our Children's Future
FULL EVENT America's Educational Crossroads: Making the Right Choice for our Children's Future
Length: 34:42

U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan on January 12, 2015, laid out a bold vision for the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) that continues a focus on the nation’s most vulnerable students.

Read more at http://www.ed.gov/news/press-releases...

Ask Arne - Testing and Accountability

Ask Arne - Testing and Accountability
Ask Arne - Testing and Accountability
Length: 4:05

An active national conversation surrounds tests that measure student progress and questions of whether testing in some places has become excessive. Here, Sec. Arne Duncan answers questions on testing posed by Teacher Ambassador Fellow Emily Davis.

Revised Perkins IV And The Workforce Innovation And Opportunity Act WIOA

Revised Perkins IV And The Workforce Innovation And Opportunity Act WIOA
Revised Perkins IV And The Workforce Innovation And Opportunity Act WIOA
Length: 14:12

Revised Perkins IV And The Workforce Innovation And Opportunity Act WIOA

Improving Education: The View From Ms. Patterson’s Classroom

Improving Education: The View From Ms. Patterson’s Classroom
Improving Education: The View From Ms. Patterson’s Classroom
Length: 4:23

Take a glimpse into a real classroom to see how changes in education have benefitted students and teachers.

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Ask Arne: The Importance of Teacher Diversity

Ask Arne: The Importance of Teacher Diversity
Ask Arne: The Importance of Teacher Diversity
Length: 5:34

During a recent installment of Ask Arne, Secretary Duncan, David Johns, Director of the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence on African Americans, and Joiselle Cunningham, 2013 Teaching Ambassador Fellow discussed the importance of teacher diversity.

Secretary Duncan's Partners in Progress Bus Tour: Day Three

Secretary Duncan's Partners in Progress Bus Tour: Day Three
Secretary Duncan's Partners in Progress Bus Tour: Day Three
Length: 2:50

Secretary Arne Duncan reflects on the third day of the 2104 Bus Tour, which took him from Nashville to Memphis. He started with a Parent/PTA Town Hall at William Henry Oliver Middle School in Nashville and ended up with a moving pep rally and Town Hall at Cornerstone Preparatory School in Memphis.

Secretary Duncan's Partners in Progress Bus Tour: Day Two

Secretary Duncan's Partners in Progress Bus Tour: Day Two
Secretary Duncan's Partners in Progress Bus Tour: Day Two
Length: 2:53

Secretary Arne Duncan reflects on the second day of the 2104 Bus Tour, which took him from Birmingham to Chattanooga. Along the way, he held a My Brother's Keeper roundtable with HUD Secretary Julian Castro, explored outer space and STEM education in Huntsville, and visited a great Early Learning center in Chattanooga.

 
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