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Juuling Skyrocketed This Year. What Does It Mean for Schools? Juuling Skyrocketed This Year. What Does It Mean for Schools?
Teenagers are taking up vaping nicotine and marijuana at an unprecedented clip, even as Generation Z continues to move away from drugs and tobacco use more generally, find the 2018 Monitoring the Future survey. Read more.
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Nap Time Boosts Learning, Studies Say Nap Time Boosts Learning, Studies Say
Studies are finding that, for many young children, afternoon naps are crucial for consolidating memories and learning. Read more.
Sen. Lamar Alexander, Top Capitol Hill Republican on Education, to Retire
The chairman of the Senate education committee, a former education secretary and a main architect of the Every Student Succeeds Act, announced he will not run for re-election in 2020. Read more.

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Nation's Top Teachers Will Hold 'Teach In' at Child Detention Camp
The 2018 National Teacher of the Year is helping to organize a 24-hour "teach in" outside a detention camp for migrant children. Read more.
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The School Improvement Gains Nobody's Talking About The School Improvement Gains Nobody's Talking About
Education research could benefit from partnerships, according to a recent meta-analysis, write Alan Ginsburg, Marshall S. Smith, and Phyllis W. Jordan. Read more.

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