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COVER STORY:


New Money Moves

Some days, it feels like you keep rolling the dice and losing a turn. But there are ways to succeed at the money game! Learn the winning strategies of your colleagues as they ask for (and get) higher pay and fight to protect their health care and retirement benefits. More»

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With steroid use among high school students doubling since the early 1990s, educators need to know how to detect and discourage the use of these drugs.
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Sadly, this isn’t fiction: Just when schools need librarians more than ever, they’re losing them (and often their valuable collections). But they’re also finding new ways to connect with students.
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As the “Dynamo of Dixie” makes an economic comeback, its schools follow suit, with vocational ed leading the way.
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A judge said these rural schools meet the standard—but student photos say no way.
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We’ve got tips to keep the tax man happy. Also, travel insurance: Is it worth it?
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NEA rallies to eliminate a longstanding practice that robs countless educators of full retirement benefits.
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That’s What Professional Pay Means to Me!
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Is the field trip dead? Despite mounting money issues and testing pressure, teachers are finding ways to get out of the classroom.
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You don’t have to be a Thomas Edison to figure out this newfangled broadcast technology. Tune in to the latest teaching tool that helps bring learning to life.
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More and more, the kids on the bus belong to the driver, as working parents take them along for the ride to school.
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When North Carolina teachers answer their Teacher Working Conditions survey, they get results.
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Maine, Vermont, Tennessee, Minnesota, New Mexico, Nebraska, and Idaho.
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Remember the game of Life? If you were lucky, you’d wind up retired in Millionaire Estates; even if you weren’t, there was always Countryside Acres.
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How the state exam is hurting my children.