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Vouchers are dead. At least in the state of Florida.
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Thousands of adults, keen on helping children, are trading power suits for the uniform of teaching. It can be a tough switch, but the rewards are many.
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As summer vacation nears, take a little inspiration from your retired colleagues and their tales of intrepid adventure. Can you hear the mountain calling?
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Military families move about three times as often as most American families, and that isn’t easy for most kids to handle. Learn how to help your military student.
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Heart disease is the leading cause of death among American women, but many don’t recognize their symptoms or seek help. Hear the experts’ advice on making your heart a priority.
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Seattle dean Jacob Ellis knows race is a deep and difficult problem. But his school’s open approach helps everybody understand the solutions.
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A docudrama offers hope for hurricane survivors.
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All This Talk About Tech
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Public school teachers and ESPs: the bridge for America’s future
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Frank McCourt, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Angela’s Ashes, talks about his new memoir of a teaching life and the state of education today. “The politicians have stuck their noses where they shouldn’t be!” he says.
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Despite low wages, overcrowded classrooms, and the hardships of the Great Depression and segregation, NEA members prevailed to advance the cause of public education in the first half of the 20th century.
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Dave Arnold, an Illinois custodian, does it all: negotiates contracts, writes poetry, designs posters, and even pours his own lead bullets. Meet this Renaissance man.
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Retired Maryland educator Johnnie Mae Armstrong helps find and furnish homes for people with mental illnesses. Also, after a gun-shot student died in Paul White’s arms, the California educator changed his approach.
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Arbitration Victory...
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Should girls be encouraged to take more math classes?