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How will Duncan's departure affect ESEA rewrite?

US Education Secretary Arne Duncan's announcement Friday that he will step down in December is the third in a series of resig -More

UNESCO roundtable discussion kicks off World Teachers' Day

Today is World Teachers' Day, an initiative of UNESCO.  -More

Iowa high-schoolers build sod house for history class

Students taking an American Humanities course are exploring 19th-century history by building a sod house on the grounds of th -More

He who rejects change is the architect of decay.

Harold Wilson, former UK prime minister -More

The Great Thanksgiving Listen

NCSS is pleased to partner with StoryCorps for The Great Thanksgiving Listen.  -More

NCSS Annual Conference Speaker -- Kara Cooney

Kathlyn (Kara) Cooney is a professor of Egyptian Art and Architecture at the University of California-Los Angeles, specializi -More

Evidence suggests hidden chambers exist in King Tut's tomb

Archaeologists have found evidence that two hidden chambers may exist inside the tomb of Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamun, said M -More

How some Native American tribes are saving languages

Some Native American tribes in Michigan have launched initiatives to preserve languages that have few or no fluent speakers l -More

Educators use Minecraft to teach history, foreign language


Survey: Many teachers use technology, believe it boosts results

About 25% of teachers believe that using digital learning tools improves students' achievement by at least one grade, accordi -More


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