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Teacher's Attempt to Learn More About Students Results in Heartbreaking Notes

The relationship between teachers and students is often blurred by how much that teacher knows about what goes on in her student’s life. One elementary school teacher attempted to bridge that gap and what she found was heartbreaking.

Jane Goodall to Interact With K-6 Students for Earth Week Webinar

TIME for Kids is hosting a free webinar with Dr. Jane Goodall on Monday, April 20 from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. EST to kick off this year’s Earth Week celebration.

Report Reveals Lack of Quality Preschools Contributes to Achievement Gap

America's need for higher-quality preschool programs contributes to the country's achievement gaps, according to a new report released by the U.S Department of Education.

30 Favorite Questions for Future Teachers

Principals share their favorite teacher interview questions, getting to the heart of applicants' skills and passion.

Grant Funds Middle School Entrepreneurship and Business Program

Virtual Enterprises International, a non-profit aiming to create young entrepreneurs and professionals through in-class learning programs, is providing a new learning opportunity for middle school students interested in entrepreneurship and business with its VE Junior Ventures Career Academy.

'Teen Mazes' Prepare Students for Future Life Choices

Using interactive "Teen Mazes" to teach students about their future and the consequences bad decisions carry has become more popular in districts across the nation.

Celebrate NAEYC'S Week of the Young Child

National Association for Education of the Young Child "Week of the Young Child" is April 12-18. Use these ideas and resources to celebrate young learners in your classroom or at home.