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Matt Zalaznick
New York may begin screening preschoolers for dyslexia, and Montana now requires schools to test all new students, up to second grade. The policy changes come as parents pressure educators to enhance interventions. Read more>>

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Sylvia Martinez, DA guest columnist and FETC 2020 speaker
DA guest columnist and FETC 2020 speaker Sylvia Martinez discusses how creativity is a key component of deep learning and how it can be integrated into the STEM curriculum. Read more>>

Chris Burt
The HSEL’s new partnership with charity Varsity Esports Foundation will help serve a larger pool of under-resourced K-12 students, hit future financial goals, and enhance the learning environment for children interested in STEM programs and esports. Read more>>

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WBFF Baltimore
The Maryland State Department of Education has responded to concerns about Holocaust instruction by announcing plans to enhance and expand how it's taught, including teaching middle schoolers about anti-Semitism and strengthening Holocaust education for high schoolers. Read more>>

Houston Chronicle
Overall grades for Georgia's schools fell in the 2018-2019 school year, with Gov. Brian Kemp and state Superintendent Richard Woods repeating recent calls to overhaul grading methods. Read more>>

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Mass Live
The Massachusetts House passed its own version of a $1.5 billion education funding bill, setting up a conflict with the Senate over the state’s role in ensuring that local districts are held accountable for how they spend the money. Read more>>

Public Radio Tulsa
The State Department of Education will ask Oklahoma lawmakers for almost $3.3 billion next fiscal year, which represents a $220 million, or 7%, increase over last year. Read more>>

U.S. News & World Report
The Rhode Island Department of Education announced that eight districts across the state will receive a total of $330,000 to help students dealing with homelessness. Read more>>

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Hechinger Report
Concern about the quality of social-emotional programs is rising — but one Virginia school sees academic success by focusing on students’ emotional wellbeing. Read more>>

The Atlantic
“I asked the kids, ‘Do you want to know what we’re fighting about?’” said one teacher. They did. Read more>>

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Apperson, Inc.
The Character Tree is a new character development online resource for first and second grade students that provides online video lessons, discussions and hands-on materials to teach children about positive character traits. Read more>>

Unruly Studios
Unruly Studios created Unruly Splats as durable, programmable devices that light up, make sounds and sense when they are stomped on. Students code Splats using the company’s block-coding app on a Chromebook or tablet to create their own games and play them with classmates. Read more>>