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Read the full feature: School book fairs bounce back
By sharing lesson plans digitally, co-teachers can improve planning and ensure that students with disabilities receive the adaptations they need for success.
Follow these steps to share student videos in any space in your school.
High school book fairs remain rare. Older students are more likely to have transportation to bookstores or own digital devices they can use to buy e-books.
Discover strategies that you can put into practice so every minute of a webinar packs a punch.
What LGBTQ+-themed books should students read? Michael Rady, of the student advocacy organization, GLSEN, recommends four titles that feature diverse forms of gender expression: Grades K-2: Julian is a Mermaid […]
Students can now better explore the state’s geography, history, agriculture and natural resources without leaving the classroom.
Get inspired and learn what motivates people to do their best work from international best-selling author Daniel Pink! You don’t want to miss hearing as he shares his thoughts […]
From seating options to learning experiences, flexibility is key to ensuring the success of all learners.
Artificial intelligence saves time and makes everyday life easier, and it can help teachers and students in the classroom, too.
You’ve heard the phrase “reading wars”—the so-called battle between phonics and whole language instruction—but you might not know it's exaggerated.
Here’s how five districts tackle issues to break down language barriers in schools.
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