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Education Week

By Editorial Projects in Education

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Education Week is the premier, unbiased source of news and information on K-12 education policy and practice, providing you with an essential resource to grasp the latest developments in education. Education Week is vital for your professional advancement, and invaluable for understanding what school leaders across the country are doing, thinking, and trying to improve student learning.

Each issue is a comprehensive resource for:

• Federal and state policy and politics

• Management, budget and human resources

• Curriculum, instruction, and educational technology

• Student discipline, safety, motivation, and well-being

• School leadership and achievement


$3.99 - Single issue

$39.99 - 18 issues (approximately 6 months, automatically renews unless canceled)

$69.99 - 37 issues (one year, automatically renews unless canceled)


By purchasing a subscription to this Education Week app, you will only have access to issues published beginning with the current issue, and going forward. You will not have access to issues published prior to your purchase. Purchase of this app does not provide you with access to the Education Week websites or to the print publication. You must subscribe at in order to get access via print or online, plus access to archived issues.

What's New in Version

- Bug fixes


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Customer Reviews

Online subscription doesn't transfer

No use to me and can't imagine who it's designed for. Like reviews of previous versions said, even if you're a paying customer for online or print editions, the app requires you to re-purchase all issues. Will keep hoping and waiting for a more convenient phone app to read the EdWeek news I've already paid for.

Crashes my iPad.

Even though I'm a print and online subscriber, I am forced to pay extra for this edition. As an experiment, I purchased a single issue. It downloaded ok, but every time I tap to open it, my iPad crashes. A useless ripoff.

Who would buy this?

I am a print and online subscriber. Can't link the app to my subscription? Get with it EdWeek. Almost all my other print subscriptions have this capability.

Education Week
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: Education
  • Updated: Aug 22, 2013
  • Version:
  • Size: 4.5 MB
  • Language: English
  • Seller: Editorial Projects in Education, Incorporated

Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

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