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Can Cursive Make A Comeback?

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A Case for Cursive

Advances in technology might bring about a cursive comeback.

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When the Classroom Ship Sails Adrift

The school year started off great, but now your class is en route to the island of chaos. How can you get your classroom management back on track?

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Positive School Cultures Thrive When Support Staff Included

Everything that goes on in a school is important, says Dr. James Comer, and custodians, bus drivers food service workers and nurses all play a vital role.

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Educators Sound the Alarm on DeVos Nomination for Secretary of Education

On Capitol Hill and beyond, teachers and education support professionals are voicing their concerns about DeVos's lack of knowledge about public education and her support for voucher schemes and corporate charter schools.

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As Need for Foreign Languages in School Grows, Access Continues to Shrink

Employers want workers who can speak another language, but lack of support at the K-12 level has led to declining levels of proficiency among adults.

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How ESSA is Helping One School District Recruit Great Teachers

Clark County educators used funds available through the Every Student Succeeds Act to bring highly effective teachers to high-needs schools.

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It's National Mentoring Month. Are You Paying it Forward?

My mentors taught me that problems were unavoidable; mistakes were inevitable; and that what made us professionals was that we had the responsibility to reach out to colleagues and find creative solutions to whatever was going on.

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Works4Me: Ideas and Tips By Teachers, For Teachers

Bingo! A Fun Idea for Content Review

Sometimes it's hard for students to remember what we learned in class, says Kentucky science teacher Angela Lozoya, so at the beginning of each class I have them jot down four things that we discussed in class from the previous day. This not only helps them to remember what we discussed, but gives them an extra credit grade. At the end of the week, we take what we learned and turn it into a Bingo or Jeopardy game. The winning team or student then receives a small award such as a free homework pass. This gives each child the incentive to learn and increase their knowledge.


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