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A group of Colorado high-school students and their teacher, John Hopper, are working to preserve a site that was used for the -More-
Seventh- and eighth-graders at a Florida junior high school recently learned about the shipwreck of the Santa Clara, a Spanis -More-
Collaborating with a peer on a class project can help teachers stretch and build their own project-based learning skills and -More-
There are ethical implications for educators and school leaders when racist and bullying incidents transpire online among stu -More-
"The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" and "To Kill a Mockingbird" are under scrutiny in a Virginia school district, following -More-
Mummified legs found in Nefertari's tomb in 1904 are indeed the Egyptian queen's, according to findings published in PLOS ONE -More-
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The task of leadership is not to put greatness into humanity, but to elicit it, for the greatness is already there.
John Buchan, politician and writer
Fourth-graders at a Washington state school recently engaged in a hands-on exploration of the Middle Ages during an assembly -More-
Critical thinking benefits students in the classroom as well as teachers' own professional growth, writes teacher Elizabeth S -More-
Students who receive testing accommodations at school will be eligible for accommodations on the SAT and other tests administ -More-
Social studies teachers in Washington state are backing an effort to ask lawmakers to strengthen civics education with more c -More-
About 90% of K-8 schools in the US are using communication app ClassDoJo with students and parents. -More-
An outdoor reading and learning space, known as the Reading Gazebo, now is available at a middle school in Illinois. -More-
The remnants of an ancient city have been uncovered at the Abydos archaeological site in Egypt, according to the Egyptian Min -More-
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