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Study: Women held key roles at Stonehenge

Many women played key roles in the leadership of Stonehenge, according to excavations of graves found near the monument.  -More

Ky. students learn across subjects with project-based honey bees unit

A seventh-grade teacher in Kentucky is using project-based learning to teach a unit on honey bees and the bee crisis.  -More

How to prepare students for 21st-century careers

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How to engage, educate with virtual field trips

Virtual field trips can be a fun educational alternative to traditional field trips, Discovery Education's Kyle Schutt sugges -More

College Board to offer summer SAT

Students beginning in 2017 will have the option of taking the SAT during late August, the College Board has announced.  -More

2 N.J. teachers collaborate to boost literacy, global learning

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Colonial re-enactment immerses students in period

Educators and students at a California school recreated colonial Virginia to deepen their understanding of the time of the Am -More

Why teachers should reflect on teaching an inclusive curriculum

Educators, particularly those teaching English-language arts, can use Black History Month to reflect on the cultural inclusiv -More

Presidents Day lesson puts students in leaders' shoes

Presidents Day offers an opportunity for students to take on the roles of US leaders and campaign for re-election, teachers J -More

Whatever you think the world is withholding from you, you are withholding from the world.

Eckhart Tolle, writer -More

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