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Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world.
Albert Einstein, theoretical physicist
A group of Ohio high-school students recently focused on world affairs at the Model UN conference in Montreal, along with pee -More-
Educators should teach -- or reteach -- students how to participate in civil discourse, teacher Marcia Powell writes in this -More-
Donald Trump's spokesman, Jason Miller, recently identified Michelle Rhee, former D.C. -More-
Teachers annually spend an average of $530 of their own money on classroom supplies and teachers in high-poverty schools spen -More-
Social media can help schools tell their stories and create a sense of community with parents and other stakeholders, experts -More-
Students in New Jersey learned more about local military veterans and created a presentation about an individual veteran. -More-
Montgomery County, Md., Superintendent Jack Smith is calling for an end to student walkouts and off-campus protests of the pr -More-
Secretary of Education John B. King Jr. has just been confirmed as a speaker for the NCSS Annual Conference.
In light of the recent re-authorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) as the Every Student Succeeds Ac
Eighth-graders at a Wisconsin school recently curated newspaper articles to learn how the Holocaust was reported in their com -More-
Daily, ungraded writing tied to course content can help students improve writing fluency and skills, writes Mary Tedrow, Shen -More-
Research shows that the feedback that teachers give students can be positive, if executed correctly. -More-
A number of school districts nationwide are abandoning homework, and some noting that educational research has not yet proven -More-
Social studies teacher Kelly Grotrian in this commentary writes about the promise of video-based questions for engaging stude -More-
More than 150 Maine students participated in mock state House and Senate sessions at the Maine State House of Representatives -More-