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Study considers success of national teacher-prep programs

Efforts to overhaul teacher preparation may be missing the mark, according to a study of four national programs by researcher -More

How to teach students to determine best supporting evidence

Organizers and partner discussions can help teach students how to select the best evidence from a text to support an argument -More

NCSS Annual Conference proposal reviewers

Help shape the 2016 NCSS Annual Conference in Washington, D.C., by becoming an online proposal reviewer.  -More

Simulation teaches Texas students about plight of refugees

Fourth- and fifth-grade students at a Texas school learned about refugees through research and a simulation of traveling from -More

Colo. students experience history from women's standpoint

Social studies students at a Colorado high school recently presented projects in which they viewed history from a woman's per -More

How artificial intelligence is changing work, education

Artificial intelligence is changing the world of work and education, with some groups saying AI could eliminate the need for  -More

How a story around values can re-energize a school

Leaders can re-energize their schools by crafting a narrative that focuses on the values faculty and staff live by and seek t -More

Replica artifacts give Mass. students a look at ancient history

Students at a Massachusetts high school recently explored ancient world history with 75 replicas of Egyptian, Greek and Roman -More

Teacher: How co-teachers can strengthen partnership, teaching

This time of year is when co-teachers can reflect on and work through barriers to strengthen their partnership and benefit st -More

Growth is a spiral process, doubling back on itself, reassessing and regrouping.

Julia Cameron, photographer -More

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