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A book will be gotten, possibly snatched up by many. "What Pet Should I Get?" by Dr. Seuss will soon be ready.
Three history teachers share their best tactics when it comes to using technology to teach their students about topics including the Civil Rights Movement and Black History Month.
Two high school principals have agreed to have The Washington Post publish a series of letters between the two discussing the iimplementation of Common Core State Standards. This is the first letter in the series.
A playground makeover, a $10,000 grant, and some phenomenal books are this week’s giveaways featured in our Deals and Freebies Roundup.
This spring, 12 million students in 29 states and Washington D.C. are expected to take Common Core-aligned computer-based exams. These new tests, however, have raised concerns involving Internet bandwidth and student readiness
When students are younger, their attention is set on games that attract them and that are fun. With this notion in mind, Monique Liles is advocating for teachers to use this as an advantage while listing her “top 6 gaming resources for... 02/17/2015 - 11:52am ago
A new study finds that there is a large achievement gap when it comes to students and online literacy.
The debate of whether to start school later for teens is still on the table, and parents have been weighing in with their opinions.
A Humans of New York post looking at a young student's admiration for his principal sparked a nationwide movement to address issues in education including low-income schools, standardized testing, and more.
Mark McCaffrey is hopeful after attending the Energy and Climate Change conference. Do other science educators share this view?
Teens aren't reading for fun like they used to, and teachers and parents are doing what they can to to encourage them to pick up a book.
According to Stanford University research published in the "Journal of School Health," children respond well to the overall positive school climate set by a quality recess program.
Recent data from the Department of Education finds that more American students are graduating from high school than ever before.
Joshua Starr, former superintendent with the Montgomery County Schools in Rockville, Md., recently explained in a Q&A why he resigned from his position.
As children gravitate towards technology at younger ages, whether in the comforts of their homes or at school for education purposes, it’s not always clear if they are being safe online.
In a recent survey, principals stated that increasing bandwidth to help implement Common Core State Standards was their top priority in their classrooms.
This week Republicans on the House Education and Workforce Committee approved the Student Success Act, which would help teachers and schools prepare children for college and their careers.
LearnLaunch Accelerator has announced its six edtech startups who will be participating in the Winter 2015 Accelerator Program.
Three U.S. teachers made the short list of educators from around the world competing for the $1 million prize dubbed as "the Nobel Prize for Teaching."
A study conducted by LightSail Education showed that educators are leaning towards adopting ebooks over printed books.

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