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Summer is the best time to sit back, relax and enjoy a good book. That's true not only for students, but also teachers. 

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Game-based learning can help students develop listening skills, teamwork skills and more. 

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Maureen Downey of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution published a piece sent to her by a math teacher from Georgia. The essay was on the...

School reformers may have difficulty recognizing the strategies that might actually lead to better outcomes. 

So said Ben Spielberg, a...

The arts help students think creatively, enhance their skill base and achieve higher test scores. Turnaround schools, who desperately need all of...

Two unlikely partners have united to tackle standardized testing and other controversial education topics in TN. Democrat and first-grade teacher...

Today is President Barack Obama's White House Science Fair, and the main focus is on girls and women and their achievements in STEM. 

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In order to get prepared, review common district-level and school interview questions beforehand. Take the time to really think through your...

When North Arvada Middle School overhauled its teacher evaluations three years ago, educator Barbara Aswege could not have been more opposed....

Every educator knows it. So do most parents. Summer reading is essential for kids!

Reading experts note that most young readers suffer a...

Social media sites and online forums can provide opportunities for co-teachers to communicate effectively.

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Sixteen states--up from 10 states in 2011--say their teacher evaluations are used in making tenure decisions. Three states--FL, NC and KS--voted...

Educators can use social media sites such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to enhance communication with the school community. 

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Public schools achieve the same or better results in mathematics as private schools with students of the same demographic. So says a new book,...

A growing number of states are mandating principal evaluations. Thirty-six states have laws requiring principals to undergo regular assessments....

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