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Upcoming state and regional social studies conferences

Regional, state and local social studies conferences organized by NCSS-affiliated councils provide great opportunities for te -More

Schools in several states cancel planned field trips to D.C.

Some schools in other states have abandoned or delayed plans for field trips to Washington, D.C., after threats of a terroris -More

Wis. students get creative to promote acceptance, uniqueness

A Wisconsin district's seventh- and eighth-graders are contributing artwork, poetry and short films to the Friends of Gibralt -More

Verizon to drop reduced-rate Internet service in Ala. district

US schools adopt DIY trend for tech

School districts nationwide report building their own software -- primarily to cut costs or to develop a product that better  -More

Budget constraints affect teacher-support programs in Ariz.

Districts and schools throughout Arizona offer supports for beginning teachers through mentors and instructional coaches.  -More

How to get professional learning done in less than 60 minutes

Professional development for teachers does not have to be an all-day affair, asserts Rich Czyz, director of curriculum and in -More

Ideas for using annotation to deepen learning

Tips to help teachers address Paris attacks with students

When addressing the recent terrorist attacks in Paris with elementary-school students, it's important to find out what they a -More

Congressman urges Va. students to become social activists

Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga., recently spoke to students at T.C.  -More

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