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Preschoolers share ideas on citizenship

Preschool students participating in the Children Are Citizens program developed by Harvard's Project Zero are learning -- and -More

Mo. district works to provide home Wi-Fi access


Tenn. district's laptop program aims to expand personalization, feedback

A Tennessee school district will provide Chromebooks to third- to eighth-grade students to engage them individually and teach -More

Edcamp-style conferences help Calif. educators with Common Core

California educators recently gathered at 33 locations to share ideas on implementing the Common Core.  -More

Cooking class teaches children about healthy foods

Children in the Lawrence Boys & Girls Club in Massachusetts received hands-on experience cooking healthy foods during a class -More

PD programs show few gains in the classroom, study says

Professional-development programs appear to have little effect on teacher performance despite the billions of dollars spent o -More

Tips to navigate disagreements, encourage respect


Historical nonfiction books increasingly popular among students

Historical nonfiction books that give insight into the lives of key personalities and events such as the Civil War are growin -More

Mont. students retrace Lewis and Clark expedition on Missouri River

A group of Montana students recently completed a 46-mile journey on the Missouri River to experience it in the way of Lewis a -More

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NCSS Advocacy Webinar
July 29, 2015 

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