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Teachers in Canada will have access to a training tool that helps them identify signs of concussions in students.
Check out the latest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) news this week.
A teachers union is launching a campaign against state standardized tests before testing season begins.
Check out this week's STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) news.
A summary of recent news regarding how states are handling the rights of LGBT students.
Education World has compiled a list of activities that will help you get your classroom ready for spring learning.
This week in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) news, reading about the 42 all-girls robotics team from New York City will serve as your inspiration for the week.
A new report offers guidance on how states can adopt personalized learning under the new education legislation, the Every Students Succeeds Act.
Upcoming webinar will provide professional development to help educators use blended learning to better help ELLs succeed.
Michelle Obama has received some major celebrity support for her education initiative dedicated to supporting the education of girls worldwide.
Bernie Sanders provided some further insight into his views on K-12 education by discussing his opinions on charter schools and school vouchers.
This week in STEM news, a new course helps U.S. students learn climate change through a global perspective and the White House announces further commitment to facilitating early learning in STEM.
It’s a big week for education in South Dakota after some major education legislation has been both passed and vetoed.
How should ESSA be interpreted and implemented?
This week in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) news, one researcher believes brain type and not gender is pushing more men into STEM studies.
The U.S. Department of Education has joined Instagram.
Florida’s House voted to back the state's controversial “Best and Brightest” teacher bonus program.
Not everyone is against beleagered NYC charter network, Success Academy.
Before Caitlin Barlow was writing, producing and acting in TV Land’s new sitcom, ‘Teachers,’ she was an educator herself.
A new study further emphasizes the benefits of an education on the human experience.

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