Super-Interesting Education Accounts on Twitter

I discovered various really interesting accounts on Twitter and I think more people should consider following them. Feel free to suggest other ones you find.

EduFuturism: Just some peeps musing & tweeting about the future of learning & human development. Join the community by using #EduFuturism.

EdWeek Market Brief brings you and your team actionable intelligence about the marketplace of K-12 education.

More Arts Please: Design Activist #ArtsEd #STEAM #Lifelonglearning #PBL #design #entrepreneurship #Creativity #criticalthinking #Imagination #k12 #softskills

EdSurge helps educators find & use the right tools to support all learners. We do this through content, community and tools.

Getting Smart supports innovations in learning, education & technology. Our mission is to help more young people get smart & connect to the idea economy.

TED-Ed seeks to celebrate and amplify the ideas of teachers and students around the globe.

The Hechinger Report: They cover inequality and innovation in education nationwide with in-depth journalism.

EdTech K-12 Magazine: Tech issues facing K-12 IT leaders, admins and educators.

Education Week is America’s most trusted source of independent K-12 education news, analysis, and opinion.

If you’d like to recommend any other twitter accounts, ping me on twitter @akislaopodis

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