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All about education, teachers, and those people who lift students up.
All about education, teachers, and those people who lift students up.

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Build on the lesson of 10 +Harvard University students' social media postings and the consequences of those postings (admission offers revoked) to teach your students the importance of digital literacy and privacy--i.e., nothing on the internet is really private, even if shared in "private" social media groups.

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College is a very different experience from high school. Get our tips--based on experience--for surviving (and thriving) during your freshman year of college.

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Of the nearly 150 students who walked out on Pence’s speech, many were Latino, LGBT, or other minorities. Their carefully organized protest was a commentary on Pence and his running mate’s denigration of their contributions to this country. 

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Two African American students attending a Massachusetts charter school were punished for wearing braided extensions. The school said it was due to a dress code that strives to promote unity rather than class bias, but others say this ban disproportionately affects black students.

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Although kids are learning basic reading skills earlier, there's still a significant gap between lower-achieving students and higher-achieving ones.

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Parents of students with disabilities who live in voucher states may be unpleasantly surprised that private schools and charter schools are not required to provide the same aid to disabled students that public schools are.

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New research shows that while adults are better at focusing on single tasks, young children naturally notice more outside an immediate task. What does this mean for classroom and textbook design?

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The moment when high school students do a better job of vetting a new school employee than the hiring committee...

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Ken Mehlman just gave a $1 million gift to launch the Mehlman Talent Initiative, designed to support high-achieving, low-income students at Franklin and Marshall College, Mehlman's alma mater.

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Apparently it is possible to see which kids will do well at reading and which ones will struggle, simply by looking at their genetics. Hopefully this will cause proactive early interventions to help struggling readers.
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