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Skype interview connects Mass. students with civil rights marcher

Massachusetts eighth-graders followed up lessons on the civil rights movement by using Skype to interview a white minister wh -More

Too many people are quick to dream big, but slow to act on it.

Edmond Mbiaka, writer -More

Have you visited SmartBlog on Education?

Check out this week's posts on SmartBlog on Education. Want to join our blogger community?  -More

Webinar -- Sustainable Social Studies

Interested in going green for your class? Join us March 29 for a Sustainable Social Studies webinar with Mike Yell.  -More

No man is wise enough, nor good enough, to be trusted with unlimited power.

Charles Colton, cleric and writer -More

NCSS state and local councils

Are you a member of your NCSS Affiliated State Council? See the full list. -More

College students help high-schoolers plan for financial success

Moneythink, a financial-education program, pairs college students with high-school juniors and seniors to advise the younger  -More

How technology is changing status quo for copyrights in education

How educators are driving policy changes in Ala.

Supreme Court nominee involved in few education cases

Merrick Garland, a federal appeals court judge, was announced Wednesday as President Barack Obama's nominee to the Supreme Co -More


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