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A NYC plan to ban suspensions for K-2 students is the center of the debate on discipline in K-12 schools.
Several writers are expressing concern over states' development of SEL standards.
What do Pokemon GO and STEM have in common? Find out with this week's latest STEM news.
Take your school supply savings and use that cash for something you want!
This summer workshop focused on helping teachers learn the science behind climate change to best teach it in the classroom.
Science camps and congressional app challenges are also part of this week's roundup.
The U.S. Department of Education addressed the rights of students with ADHD today.
The arrival of August means summer vacation is almost over, and that also means it’s time to get ready to go back to school.
Be sure to add this to your list of things to look into this summer!
Why positive education may be a product of the "happiness enlightenment."
School climate and teacher effectiveness is a chicken and egg situation that often puzzles policymakers on how to best legislate good schools.
The National PTA released a resolution outlining its support of LGBTQ students.
Should civics education in K-12 get a re-boot to produce more future informed citizens?
Amazon is hoping to be one of your trusted sources for digital content next school year.
What's the price the K-12 education community is actually paying for 'free' digital resources?
How different school boards are reacting to the Obama Administration's transgender directive.
Check out these activities from participating museums, libraries and organizations across the country that are embracing the National Week of Making.

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