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Matt Zalaznick
Transgender students in the LGBT community can now list gender as nonbinary when registering in Montgomery County Public Schools in Maryland. Read more>>

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Ray Bendici
Real-world math problems better connect with students and demonstrate how the subject, along with problem-solving and productive struggle, can be used in their daily lives. Read more>>

Alesha Arp, DA guest columnist
Learning games should not only boost engagement, but also support productive struggle for students—and progress tracking for educators, says DA guest columnist Alesha Arp. Read more>>

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Bluefield Daily Telegraph
If two bills pass the Senate and are signed by Gov. Jim Justice, elementary school children in West Virginia will once again be required to learn to write in cursive and a high school personal finance class will be necessary for graduation. Read more>>

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Learn how leaders at McKinney ISD significantly impact student achievement by synthesizing multiple complex initiatives so students can learn how to find success in college, careers and beyond. Read more>>

The Florida State Board of Education voted to approve new K-12 education standards without even waiting for Florida educators and independent education experts to properly vet them. Teachers have said the change is unnecessarily disruptive. Read more>>
A bill intended to prohibit high school athletes from competing on sports teams that conflict with their gender at birth won approval in an Alabama House committee. Read more>>

Associated Press via Fox News
A group of Wisconsin parents is suing the Madison School District, claiming it violated their due process rights by sidestepping them in supporting the students' decision to change names and gender pronouns if they want to. Read more>>

Missouri lawmakers are debating a gun bill that would impact local schools. The bill would require all school buildings in Missouri to have at least one armed guard on duty during school hours. Read more>>

Chalkbeat New York
Paid parental leave, salary bumps for leaders in hard-to-staff schools and fewer off-site meetings were among new provisions in the tentative contract the principals union and the de Blasio administration announced. Read more>>

Opinion & Analysis

The Hechinger Report
Louisiana and Mississippi are fundamentally changing their thinking about the early years and serving their youngest learners as they face similar challenges, including poverty and educational struggles. Read more>>

The Hill
We need a more engineering-literate public. The benefits of engineering thinking are far too valuable to be reserved just for those who aim to become engineers. Read more>>

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Great Minds
Eureka Math from Great Minds is available on #GoOpenVA, a new online platform allowing educators and schools to access and share open educational resources. #GoOpenVA makes Eureka Math available to all Virginia schools and teachers. Read more>>

Scribbles Software
The ScribChoice self-service platform has been enhanced to include the ability to schedule appointments and auditions. Families can access an online application to a desired learning environment, documentation management, lottery process and more. Read more>>

Construction Watch

The proposal would take money from the state's literary fund and move it to a school construction fund, where it would be divided in a grant fund based on a local composite index. Read more>>

The General Assembly is headed toward a landmark decision to build new schools. The Built to Learn Act promises more than $2 billion in school construction funds over five years. Read more>>