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'One of the most important Supreme Court Justices ever': Justices, academics dedicate Scalia Law School
Justices and academics gathered to honor the late Supreme Court justice at George Mason University's law school, which is named for him.
The administrator, Lisa S. Coico, announced her resignation a day after The New York Times contacted officials with questions about the handling of more than $150,000 of her personal expenses.
Adolescent-brain science findings suggest four things that middle and high school teachers should stop doing, writes psychologist Thomas Armstrong.
Failure to reach a deal could send teachers in the nation’s third-largest district onto the streets for a second mass walkout in four years.
Students in a Nebraska high school's government class are participating in weekly mock congressional hearings, in which they -More-
Elementary-school teachers in Georgia are using the presidential election year in civics lessons for students, including mock -More-
More school districts are reconsidering "zero tolerance" policies to help eliminate the school-to-prison pipeline. -More-
Congress has passed legislation creating the Commission on Native Children aimed at examining challenges facing Native Americ -More-
Technology tools can help expand learning beyond geographic borders. -More-
President Barack Obama has indulged in more tourism than most of his predecessors, including snorkeling off Midway Island and -More-
Seventh-graders at a New York school recently learned about state government when New York Assemblyman Dan Stec visited their -More-
The NCSS Annual Conference will give you opportunities to network with colleagues, visit famous Washington, D.C., sites, and
Syd Golston looks at the impact of political polling on presidential elections in the September 2016 "Social Education." Read
Maria Robinson, writer