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Resources for educators to support students affected by new immigration policies.
Resisting innovation in public education squelches new ideas and slows progress in our schools.
The Common Core provides an essential opportunity for kids in military families to receive a quality education. A former military brat tells us why.
Three students from across the country reflect on what’s working in their schools—and what they’d like to see change in 2017.
New Mexico shifted from a culture of low expectations to believing in the success of every student.
Should student portfolios be used in statewide testing?
How do we make learning accessible, fun, and engaging for the modern student?
Critics argue higher standards have failed students, but what do students themselves have to say?
What's possible when kids are challenged and inspired in school?
A strategy to allow students to lead the learning on topics that intrigue them.
Young historians in training use history to understand the present.
Instead of arbitrarily cutting tests, why not assess which work and which don't?
In this history classroom, second-graders become literate and informed.
A new campaign helps ELA teachers shift to tougher standards.
Making science exciting for English language learners.
What's it like being a student in a challenging classroom?
How did Duval overhaul their curriculum to reach higher standards?
Too many students are graduating unready for college.