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The Learning Network: Skills and Strategies | The Four-Corners Exercise to Inspire Writing and Discussion
A description of this strategy — which can be used by any teacher on any level and with any kind of content — and suggestions for using it to explore current events.
As the Supreme Court -- and people across the country -- debate affirmative action programs, a researcher presents data that concludes race-based programs help the recipients
New report shows stark disparities in the health and well-being of infants and toddlers in the city's richest and poorest neighborhoods.
The Every Student Succeeds Act power over 100,000 public schools back to states and local districts.
John King, Jr., who takes over the Education Department in January, emphasized the need for college graduates with degrees in the STEM fields.
There are simply not enough well-prepared, well-off students anymore to fill all the seats available at American colleges and universities.
US - NC - Durham, The Department of Statistical Science at Duke University through the Quantitative Initiative at Duke invites applications for appointments at the level of Assistant Professor to begin in Fall 2016. P
ESSA is not a federal intervention "smack down," writes Joanne Weiss, former chief of staff to Arne Duncan.