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Kan. teacher posts YouTube videos to teach US history

World history educator Matt Beat is teaching his Kansas high-school students about US presidents, the branches of government  -More

Live daringly, boldly, fearlessly. Taste the relish to be found in competition -- in having to put forth the best within you.

Henry Kaiser, industrialist -More

Thousands join movement for public-education reform

The Alliance to Reclaim Our Schools, a coalition including the country's two largest teachers' unions, organized "walk-ins" a -More

Show students how studying abroad boosts personal growth

Studying abroad can help provoke curiosity and a sense of independence in young people, writes Susannah Martin, a German-lang -More

If anything is worth trying at all, it's worth trying at least 10 times.

Art Linkletter, radio and TV personality -More

C3 Framework resources

Learn more about the instructional shifts needed to help students achieve the goals of the new ELA/literacy Common Core State -More

Be an NCSS leader! Serve on an NCSS Operations Committee

NCSS is seeking applicants to serve on NCSS Operations Committees.  -More

N.C. district seeks to raise awareness about food insecurity

A North Carolina school district is working to educate the community about the area's struggle with food insecurity following -More

Survey: Letters, texts help colleges attract underrepresented students

Letters and text messages from prospective colleges are useful in attracting black, Latino and low-income students who would  -More

Technology helps high-schoolers print yearbooks as keepsakes

High-school journalism students across Kansas City, Kan.  -More

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