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Some schools rethink discipline policies

More school districts are reconsidering "zero tolerance" policies to help eliminate the school-to-prison pipeline.  -More

Bill to aid Native American youths passed by Congress

Congress has passed legislation creating the Commission on Native Children aimed at examining challenges facing Native Americ -More

The role of education in this election year

Tools to support global learning

Technology tools can help expand learning beyond geographic borders.  -More

How Obama became America's tourist in chief

President Barack Obama has indulged in more tourism than most of his predecessors, including snorkeling off Midway Island and -More

Students chat with N.Y. state representative

Seventh-graders at a New York school recently learned about state government when New York Assemblyman Dan Stec visited their -More

Mock congressional hearings held by students

Students in a Nebraska high school's government class are participating in weekly mock congressional hearings, in which they  -More

Mont. teachers collaborate on election unit

Students at a Montana high school recently analyzed the first presidential debate between presidential candidates Hillary Cli -More

Can fiction boost college, career readiness?

Literary fiction continues to have a place in the curriculum during a time of increased focus on nonfiction, educators and ex -More


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