Popular Education Sites

The Answer Sheet (

A Washington Post publication, and it offers analyses of various issues in education.

Top Education Twitter Follows

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Education Week (

Best Education News Sites for 2020

Educators are a rare breed of professional––they work long hours for (often) low pay, and they’re expected to do it because they’re passionate. More than with most careers, it takes an educator to know an educator. That’s why we built this page––to bring together all the top education websites, blogs, and forums. 

Our curated list has a variety of kinds of websites about education designed to enlighten, entertain, and educate educators. So students, educators, enthusiasts, and relatives trying to better understand the teachers in their lives, bookmark this page to make your life a little better. 

The Best Education Blog

The National Education Policy Center is, simply put, the gold standard for education blogs. The best and brightest educators come together to share their advice, their predictions, and their experiences as teachers.  


Mindshift is the KQED blog about education. As such, it tends to two things really well. First, it focuses on the latest in education news. Second, it does deep dives into education-related stories, including both scientific stories and human interest stories. 

Teacher Network

The Guardian hosts the Teacher Network, which features articles by and about educators of all levels. You can keep up with the latest news and opinion on all aspects of education.

Reddit Education 

Over a hundred thousand educators gather on this forum to discuss education. They ask and answer questions, share content, and brainstorm how to deal with developments in the education world.  

Study Hacks Blog

Cal Newport is a computer science professor at Georgetown. He’s written six books about the intersection of new media and education. His blog shares his reflections on education trends, especially things related to new media developments. 

The Answer Sheet

The Answer Sheet is hosted by the Washington Post. As a result, it focuses on news in the educational world. The articles analyze these pieces of news, helping educators and those interested in education understand the developments. 

Teach Thought

Teach Thought was founded by Terry Heick, who believes education should lead to personal and social change. The way teachers teach should be built upon those two simple principles. The blog reflects on education news through that lens. 

Cool Cat Teacher

Cool Cat Teacher was founded by Vicki Davis, a full-time teacher and IT Director at a small school in Georgia (the state). She’s passionate about making teachers better teachers, so that’s the point of the blog. 

eLearning Industry

eLearning Industry was founded in 2012 as a means of supporting eLearning professionals. The blog focuses on advice and products for eLearning companies and teachers.