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Far north on Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, eighth-graders attend a weeklong Careers in Technology summer camp that gets them thinking more seriously about what they want to be when they grow up.
Being a librarian is a labor of love, even if it means getting into “good trouble” for standing up for students' choice, right to read and access to technology in libraries, says K.C. Boyd, a featured speaker at DA’s FETC in January and a library media specialist at Jefferson Middle School Academy in Washington, D.C.
Here are four ways to help students overcome anxiety in school through social-emotional learning interventions.
Can an online preschool learning program used at home be a viable substitute for traditional pre-K? That’s the question being addressed by an online preschool service that is gaining users across the country.
Many projects to repair dilapidated schools are coming in at 50% or more over budget. The cost to repair the 68-year-old Stranahan High in Fort Lauderdale (pictured) climbed from $11 million to $28 million.
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