July 23, 2017
August-September, 2005

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Vol. 17, Issue 1

The summertime pink-slip game takes a serious turn.

Why the four-day week is gaining popularity.

Politically incorrect mascots fight to stay on the field.

School news from points across the globe.

By embracing NCLB, a tiny school in the California foothills has driven its scores to the top. At a cost.

Growing numbers of educators are using music, and guitars especially, to reinforce lessons across the curriculum.

Principal Nelson Beaudoin's student-voice approach at Kennebunk High in Maine excites teenagers but raises questions about teachers' roles.

A Kenyan educator finds himself at the forefront of bringing AIDS education to a country that's remained silent about the disease for decades.

Bearing John Lennon's name, a tour bus packed with recording equipment offers high schoolers a creative outlet.

It's not easy to spot the signs of sexual harassment or to report a colleague as the perpetrator. But, as one young teacher discovered, it's part of the job.

Book Reviews

Interview
Author Sarah Sentilles questions Teacher for America.

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Colleagues
Armed with a Karaoke machine and grab bags, Steve Tutunick makes writing creative.

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