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Students seek to have a voice in education policy

Some students nationwide are joining an effort to encourage officials to consider students' voices -- just as they would teac -More

Are protests at US colleges sites for change as in the '60s?

Students in US colleges are increasingly participating in demonstrations to bring about change involving civil rights, race a -More

How can education technology support diverse students, families?


Google makes teleportation a virtual reality

Educators are using Google Expeditions to transport students to far-off places for various academic lessons.  -More

Is there really a national teacher shortage?

How can educators demonstrate digital leadership?

Educators can model digital leadership in two key ways, writes Michael Niehoff, a systems and leadership coach in the curricu -More

Teacher: How to recycle resources for project-based learning

How teachers can help class clowns channel their energy, humor

Class clowns may have reasons for disrupting class, says Laurence Steinberg, a psychologist and professor at Temple Universit -More

Event teaches Iowa students that hunger is no game

More than 900 students at an Iowa high school, along with their teachers, recently participated in an event that aimed to rai -More

A ship in harbor is safe, but that is not what ships are built for.

John Shedd, writer -More


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