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Deborah Yaffe

School systems are getting results from teacher residencies, which offer more immersive and more rigorous training experiences than the typical student-teaching stint. Read more>>

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Matt Zalaznick

The specter of censorship arose again earlier this year when a California high school newspaper editor wrote about an 18-year-old student who was making online sex videos. Read more>>

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William Paterson University becomes first in New Jersey, and one of very few in US, to offer graduate degree focus in STEAM. Read more>>

Steven Blackburn

New debates about how and when sex education in schools should be taught, and what topics should be covered, are emerging as states and districts reconsider their sex ed curriculum. Read more>>

Dea Auray

We must focus on teaching teachers to read and instruct with an author’s eyes and to strengthen the literacy connection between writing and reading, says Dea Auray, the founder of Empowering Writers. Read more>>

District Administration Leadership Institute

Attendees at the recent DA CAO Summit walked away with new learning, quality networking, and practical ideas. One attendee said, "This was the best conference I've ever attended. The sessions were to the point and the content was sustainable. I left feeling motivated." Learn about the next CAO Summit Nov.18-20, 2019. Read more>>

The Columbian

Battle Ground Public Schools is considering a comprehensive sexual health program for high school. But some attendees at a recent school board meeting complained that the lessons are age-inappropriate, incongruous with family values or promote a liberal agenda. Read more>>

The Morning Call

In revising the middle school and high school social studies curriculum, East Penn School District teachers are showing students how to analyze a news story or other media reports for bias and to fact-check stories. Read more>>

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