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Pa. 6th-graders learn about civics from judge, attorneys

Sixth-graders at four elementary schools in Pennsylvania are learning about topics in civics -- such as the First Amendment,  -More

Employ your time in improving yourself by other men's writings, so that you shall gain easily what others have labored hard for.

Socrates, philosopher -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

2015-16 NCSS Board of Directors Elections

The 2015-16 NCSS Board of Directors is now open! Voting closes Jan. 15.  -More

Baltimore students warned about behavior ahead of verdict

Decision to put woman on $10 bill delayed until 2016

The US Treasury has announced that a currency redesign project that would bring the image of an American woman to the $10 bil -More

Mexico's census counts "Afro-Mexicans" for the first time

Mexico, for the first time, is officially counting in its national census nearly 1.4 million residents who self-identify as " -More

Report: 77% of schools meet connectivity standards

Seventy-seven percent of US schools meet the first level of Internet connectivity standards set by the Federal Communications -More

Teacher standards in Calif. to require inclusion training

Teacher-preparation programs in California will include lessons about teaching students with disabilities in inclusive classr -More

Tenn. studies teacher-preparation programs

About 48% of teachers who completed education programs in Tennessee in the 2010-11 school year are still in the classroom, ac -More

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