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PBS Lesson Plan Turns Students Into Abraham Lincoln (04/22 05:12 pm)
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Traveling Poet Brings Her Craft to Students (04/18 02:26 pm)
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- • Educators, legislators cool to NC pay report (04/15 8:17 am)
- • District Hires Immigrant Teachers Under New Policy (04/14 8:24 am)
TEACHING AHEAD: A ROUNDTABLE
In this special edition of Teaching Ahead, student writers chime in on what they see as the greatest demands teachers face in their day-to-day work and what makes someone a good teacher. (April 22, 2014)
The common-core standards have touched virtually every aspect of the nation's K-12 system over the past several years, but big challenges remain for the initiative.
Classroom Q&A With Larry Ferlazzo
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Teachers still in the classroom should have a significant voice in education policy. Hybrid roles are a great way to enable that.
Getting students college- and career-ready by high school graduation has become an overarching goal in the academic community, but what does "career-ready" really mean? And is current thinking around career-readiness too narrow? Share your thoughts.
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Deeper Literacy: New Insights and Strategies for Teachers
Now available on-demand.
In this special webinar series, three master educators—Mike Schmoker, Jim Burke, and Donalyn Miller—offer insights into how teachers can deepen literacy instruction and give students the tools and opportunities they need to build close-reading and analytical-writing skills. View series.
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