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Socioeconomic integration is underway in some schools

One hundred school districts and charter schools use students' socioeconomic status to determine school assignments -- up fro -More

How to grow students' intercultural competence

Intercultural competence helps students develop as global citizens, writes Melissa Liles, chief education officer for AFS Int -More

Games teach Wis. students about earning money

Third- and fourth-graders at a Wisconsin school recently got a hands-on introduction to financial literacy and entrepreneursh -More

Mass. students study, build stone labyrinth

Students at a Massachusetts school recently got hands-on with their medieval-history unit by building a stone labyrinth model -More

Iowa students study spooky historical sites

A haunted history podcast project has helped students at an Iowa middle school develop their research and writing skills.  -More

How to make best use of graphic organizers

Education Dept. releases teacher-prep rules

States will be held accountable for outcomes of graduates from teacher-preparation programs under new regulations released th -More

Calif. ballot question would expand bilingual education

Voters in California will decide in November on a ballot question that would reverse the state's two-decades-old support of E -More

NCSS conference to highlight tech, current events

Much of the upcoming National Council for the Social Studies conference will focus on the use of technology to teach history  -More

How a Texas district is closing the digital opportunity gap


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