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Add these PD books to your 2016 summer reading list.
Early exposure to science research may encourage students to pursue STEM in college in this week's STEM news.
Check out these best practices for ending the school year on a good note.
The struggle to fix Detroit Public Schools continues.
Check out these summer learning opportunities for summer 2016.
Thousands of students are participating in robotics thanks to a teacher appreciation project.
See how the Department of Education plans for how ESSA should be implemented.
The Gates Foundation will be providing digital resources aligned to the Common Core to better support teachers.
Could cutting textbooks save must-needed cash without affecting schools too negatively?
The latest studies are conflicting on whether or not technology is bad for student learning.
For many teachers, teaching climate change isn't an easy thing to do.
A non-profit's efforts to raise money to build studios in schools is receiving help from some big names in music.
Lockheed Martin is helping Denver Public Schools achieve its STEM intiatives.
Report looks at how the Obama administration has improved STEM education
A few resources to help teach about Cinco de Mayo during an especially important time to embrace Mexican-American culture.
Brace yourself, teachers! The sales are coming.
Some ideas & suggestions for keeping American beautiful with your students' help this month.
Cox Communications announced a new partnership to expand affordable access to Internet to low-income families in order to narrow the digital divide.
You and your students can probably make use of these de-stressing techniques this testing season.
In honor of National Library Week, here are some ways today's library has adapted to fit modern needs.

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