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- Ms. Flammang shares a tip for making inexpensive bulletin board shapes, die cuts and borders last longer.
- This mnemonic will help young students learn and remember long division steps. It’s easy to refer to during a directed lesson and brings a little humor to the classroom.
- Both teachers and students struggled with sustained silent reading at this middle school. Ms. Snow tackled the problem by challenging for her students with specific reading goals. Then she answered the reading challenge they gave her!
- Ms. Junkin, a food and nutrition teacher, has an idea for holiday a gift. Without making promises about calories, we can say that it is fast (only 5 minutes of baking), easy (only a few ingredients) and delicious (trust us).
- Public education was major news in 2014. Here are the issues that scored the biggest headlines.
- The federal government takes important first steps in regulating industry that saddles students with massive debt and third-rate degrees.
- In speech to the Detroit Economic Club, Eskelsen García says the evidence points to focusing on equity, creativity and collaboration.