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Would you let your students make art with food? In this lesson inspired by 'Amezaiku' artist, Shinri Tezuka, students create personally meaningful animal lollipops.
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We bet you've heard that before ... but maybe there's a lot more to it than meets the eye.
Would you let your students make art with food? In this lesson inspired by 'Amezaiku' artist, Shinri Tezuka, students create personally meaningful...
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Change is inevitable but that doesn't mean it's easy. Consider how you can guide students through difficult changes with identity-supporting...
With a growing need for technical skills jobs, more states are answering the call for vocational education.
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Learn about the latest innovations in assistive technology and how to find the right tools for students with varying special needs.
This student-centered art unit frees young students to explore their surroundings, collect found materials with care, and create a beautiful,...
Betsy DeVos is hitting the road to advocate for more school choice across the USA.
A focus on education in The New York Times highlights our country's continuing struggle for school equality.
Schools are vital to students' mental and academic health in the aftermath of trauma.
The end of DACA could mean the potential loss of thousands of teachers in U.S. schools.
Welcome back! Education World shares some "tried and true" tips to easing into the school year.
A Senate panel voted unanimously to reject cuts to education proposed by the Trump administration.
New York City takes steps to end lunch shaming by starting the new school year with free lunches for all.