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Publication Logo : November 2007


COVER STORY:


A Tale of Three Sisters

There is one fundamental question for the Pele sisters this year: Will they stay in school, or won’t they? Dive into our first story in a series on dropout prevention. More»

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Where there is a will, there still might be a way. The Supreme Court nixed integration by race, but some districts are turning to income mixing instead.
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Electronic trash hauling! Stargazing! Today’s community service programs are anything but dull. Students are learning as they boost their communities, and, gasp, have fun.
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Got a great idea for your school or students? With a little smart writing and strategizing, someone else can pick up the tab.
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Plug in to handy gadgets that can save you time; organize digital pics like a pro.
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Don’t be your students’ only reader.
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Uncovering the Model Minority Myth.
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NEA urges legislators to take their time and get it right.
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Like the girl with the curl in the middle of her forehead, when professional training is good it is very good, but when it is bad it is horrid.
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The veteran author shares his letters to a young teacher.
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How one Arkansas local fought injustice, lost its bargaining power, then won it back.
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What is the best part of your school day?
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Young lives at a crossroads -- exploring the dropout crisis.
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Robert Tadjiki has the secret to getting students with disabilities to mingle with their classmates.