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A new platform helps teachers in different countries connect their classrooms and encourage an appreciation for different perspectives.
Tips for making the information schools share with students’ families more accessible for people of all abilities.
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Journalism—the first rough draft of history—reinforces information gathering, effective writing skills, and audience engagement.
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A determined superintendent looks to transform student lives in his rural Kentucky hometown.
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A rigorous intervention pushes students who might be satisfied with a D to aim higher.
A teacher explains strategies she once used with first graders, with updates from her current perspective teaching fourth grade.
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When we asked our community for their best classroom management practices, over 700 ideas rolled in.
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Students with traumatic experiences bring those experiences with them to school. These strategies can help foster a feeling of safety.