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Study examines Australia's languages, genetics

A study that tracked the expansion of early migrations into Australia may offer insight into the origins of languages spoken  -More

Geographer examines how bombings changed Laos

Millions of tons of bombs were dropped on Laos during the Vietnam War, leaving craters in their wake and affecting soil forma -More

Va. students study how school's construction affected environment

Fifth-grade teachers at a new Virginia elementary school are teaching a unit on how the school's recent construction has affe -More

How the cloud is changing K-12

Why teachers should be open to using more apps

Teachers should avoid an either-or mindset when it comes to choosing mobile apps to use with students, asserts Beth Holland,  -More

Harkin: Why tech access is a civil right

Individuals with disabilities need full access to technology to fully participate in life, retired US Sen.  -More

311 Fla. schools add an hour to zero in on learning

Florida's 311 lowest-performing schools are using an extra hour in the school day to boost students' reading skills, some edu -More

How to organize instructional groups for student success

Using annotation to teach close reading

Teaching students how to annotate nonfiction articles can develop their close-reading skills and improve comprehension, sixth -More

How to use the US presidential debates in class

The first 2016 presidential debate is scheduled for Monday.  -More


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