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Wash. school gets recognized for student-run program

A Washington state elementary school recently was honored with a "Green Ribbon Award" from the U.S.  -More

Mass. students' "Humans" project tells addiction stories

Students in an advocacy group at a Massachusetts high school recently created an exhibit titled "Humans in Northampton," to h -More

Ky. districts combine buying power to make ed-tech affordable

Nineteen school districts in rural Kentucky are part of a cooperative focused on securing more affordable prices for educatio -More

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Professor pushes for more U.S. history in S.D. schools

The South Dakota Board of Education is expected to vote in July on a draft of new K-12 social studies standards, which requir -More

Calif. district adds ethnic studies graduation requirement

The Sacramento City Unified District in California this month added ethnic studies as a requirement for graduates in 2020 and -More

Ohio 7th-graders get hands-on experience at Medieval Day

Is student feedback always a good thing?

Feedback given after an educator teaches a lesson may lower student performance on other problems and post-tests, according t -More

Wis. students' stay overnight in slave cabin in Va.

Students from a Milwaukee high school recently stayed overnight in a cabin that was once home to slaves at Bacon's Castle in  -More

A Call for Submissions for new NAEE Curriculum Awards!--Patricia Palmer

The National Association of Economic Educators (NAEE) is pleased to announce the NAEE Curriculum Awards. The intent of these awards is to recognize superior curricular resources while also offering teachers and administrators a tool for choosing curriculum that is based on thorough examination by a committee of experts in subject matter and curriculum design.


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