At the first presidential debate, education made quite a stir, with both candidates talking about our nation's schools and teachers a number of times.
But education made it into the news elsewhere, too.
First, Education Secretary Arne Duncan made the case for why it's time to move to digital textbooks, and Khan Academy founder Salman Khan talked about the need for less lectures in schools. Also, a story from NPR highlighted the ongoing B.Y.O.D. trend, looking at some of the pros and cons. Read More