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Why calls to abolish the Department of Education are misguided.
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Education World shares its protips on how to ensure your feedback leads to student gains.
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Read about the latest news in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
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OpenEd has announced new science resources aligned to NGSS.
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Here are some tips to make contact with home easier and more effective.
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10 Ways to Improve Parent Communications About Student Behavior

Parent involvement raises student achievement, much-publicized research

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Google Expeditions has been included in a global learning company's updated social studies curricula.
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The U.S. Department of Education has announce grants and guidance to help formerly incarcarated individuals receive proper education services.
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Accenture has partnered with Code.org to emphasize the need for digital skills this Computer Science Education Week.
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This media literacy toolkit is designed to help students decipher between cleverly disguised 'fake news.'
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A new, statewide study finds that disadvantaged students enrolled in Pre-K are more likely to succeed academically later on.
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