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An assistant principal has filed a complaint against the city’s Education Department saying that a local assemblyman’s involvement with a school’s enrollment was rooted in bias.
Stoic and emotional reactions at a seminar in Beijing hinted at the fallout from the widespread practice of sending young children to live away from home.
Students at a Montana high school recently analyzed the first presidential debate between presidential candidates Hillary Cli -More-
Literary fiction continues to have a place in the curriculum during a time of increased focus on nonfiction, educators and ex -More-
About 12% of all public-school teachers in the US are in their first or second year in the classroom, according to data from -More-
Five teachers from Michigan recently spent two weeks coaching 40 secondary-school teachers in Liberia. -More-
Long-time educator Maureen Devlin in this blog post credits expanding her virtual network with improvements in her teaching s -More-
First lady Michelle Obama will Skype with girls worldwide as part of International Day of the Girl on Oct. 11. -More-
A Washington high school's students are learning Lushootseed, the language of the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community. -More-
The NCSS Board of Directors has approved the following slate of candidates for the 2016-17 Board of Directors and officer ele
As the presidential election approaches, NCSS has selected teaching resources from Social Education, "Social Studies and the
Don't loaf and invite inspiration; light out after it with a club, and if you don't get it you will nonetheless get something that looks remarkably like it.
Jack London, writer and social activist
In the first weeks of the school year, fatal police shootings have once again raised deep concerns about the relationships between police officers and communities of color. Such events can be difficult to process and discuss for both students and educators.