I Tried a Flexible-Seating Classroom. Here's What I Learned

Experimenting with new types and arrangements of furniture can radically change your students' classroom experience, writes Julia Cin. (August 21, 2019)

How Do We Teach With Primary Sources When So Many Voices Are Missing?

Teachers have been encouraged to bring more primary sources into the classroom, but doing so presents a challenge when the voices of Native Americans and other historically marginalized groups are so often missing from these documents. (August 16, 2019)

Brain Images Used to Tease Out How Top Teachers Connect With Students

Researchers are using class observation, brain imaging, and stress monitoring to provide a new perspective on how teachers engage students. (August 20, 2019)

Public Support for Teachers' Unions and Charter Schools Grows, Survey Says

(August 20, 2019)

How to Combat the Pressure for Student Perfection

(August 21, 2019)

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Science Summer Program Exposes Kids to the Gross, Mushy, and Slimy (Video)

The GSK Science in the Summer program has a simple mission: “When summer is out, science is in.” Every year, the program partners with community organizations to provide access to science education during the summer. Watch the video.

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