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Small steps add up to big change when kids get involved

Disney's Friends for Change offers online help, encouragement

Some Worry Missouri Social Media Law Went Too Far

As districts across the country debate the boundaries of social media in the class room, Missouri took an unprecedented step by passing the first statewide law banning teachers from individual communication with their students on social networks.

E-rate Goes Mobile

The FCC launches pilot program, "Learning On-the-Go"

A Garden Grows in Brooklyn

The 500 preK-5 students at Brooklyn, N.Y.'s P.S. 216 elementary school are the first students in the city to experience an Edible Schoolyard program.

Are Northwest Schools Ready for an Imminent Earthquake?

In Oregon alone, at least 300,000 children attend school buildings that are vulnerable to a collapse.

Pay-to-Play Programs

Are they an acceptable solution to our budget woes?

A powerful tool that makes curriculum development and teacher evaluation easier

OnCourse Lesson Planner helps a Florida district meet rising education standards and content goals

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Things You May Not Want to Hear About

We administrators must take on several difficult issues that have been left unchanged for too long.

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