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The Common Core has lost another state, at least in name. In September, New York’s Board of Regents voted to revise the standards and drop the Common Core name in […]
Linda Cliatt-Wayman is the turnaround queen. As the principal who changed two low-performing and violent Philadelphia high schools into safe spaces focused on learning, Wayman developed a program of high […]
Steven Yates has a message for would-be school librarians. “If you’re coming to this because you like to read and you want to manage a collection of books, then you […]
Digital library content spans fiction, nonfiction, test prep, professional development materials and more. Overdrive’s catalog has 4 million ebooks, audiobooks and videos, and is used by 17,000 schools worldwide, says […]
Teaching religion in public schools has been illegal for decades. Teaching about religion, however, is not only permissible, but is gaining traction as a way to promote greater understanding in […]
Curious to know what you can and cannot teach in a religious studies class in primary, middle, and secondary schools? You can find a few resources below. The First Amendment […]
With U.S. businesses of all sizes competing on the global stage, foreign language classes—and the teachers who teach them—are vanishing from K12 schools. Only about 10 percent of the U.S. […]
Perhaps one of the more confusing aspects of teaching about religion is the question of whether students can pray in public schools. The answer is yes, within established guidelines. According […]
When students can make sense of words, then they learn, grow and succeed. But getting to this point can be a struggle when students need to overcome reading challenges. Studies […]
During the 2014-15 school year, Pahokee Middle School principal Michael Aronson was asked by his superintendent to visit another school in his Florida district, Acreage Pines Elementary, which was an […]
Text messages are one of the most effective ways to keep high school students on track once they’ve begun the college application and enrollment process. About 1 in 5 high […]
Brent Fruhwirth has taught social studies at Little Miami High School in Morrow, Ohio, for two decades. He was surprised last year when he was asked to pilot McGraw-Hill Education’s […]
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