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Who Is Selling Out Our Students?

Embedded advertising in schools is more prevalent than ever, even though it jeopardizes the well-being of children and generates little revenue for education.

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Ending NCLB: Educators Urge Congress to Finish the Job

Replacing NCLB with a law that focuses on opportunity for all students and takes steps to bring the era of "test and punish" to a close - Congress is that close to making it happen. 

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Celebrating Educators and Public Schools for American Education Week

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How Good Schools and Good Intentions Widen the Achievement Gap

An eye-opening new book looks at how racial inequality thrives at a diverse and high-achieving suburban high school.

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Where Are All the Black Male Teachers?

As minority children have become a majority in public schools, districts struggle to build a diverse educator workforce.

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Bullying Prevention Beyond the Classroom

Utah education support professionals receive the training they need to intervene and advocate for students.

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Louisville Educators and School Board Work Together to Reduce Testing

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Improving Practice Through Virtual Professional Learning Communities

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