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The guidelines recommend prohibiting students and teachers from being "friends" on popular social-networking sites such as Facebook.
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A survey of K-8 teachers shows nearly half of them are incorporating digital games into lessons to engage students and personalize learning.
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Researchers See Potential for Common Core to Boost Learning
(May 3, 2012, Curriculum Matters Blog)
Civil Rights Coalition Presses Questions About GED Redesign
(May 3, 2012, Curriculum Matters Blog)
Bullying Can Trigger Depression in Students with Disabilities
(May 4, 2012, On Special Education Blog)
Court Upholds N.J. Curbs on Administrator Benefits
(May 3, 2012, The School Law Blog)

Starting From Scratch With ESEA
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Slogans That Didn't Quite Make the Cut
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(May 4, 2012, Finding Common Ground Blog)
(May 2, 2012, BookMarks Blog)

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