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COVER STORY:


Textbooks: The Good, The Bad, The Necessary

Textbooks can save you precious time, but they can also be bland, boring, or even wrong. Find out how some teachers try to get the best out of their books while avoiding the worst. More»

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Counting down the days until the nation selects a new President.
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A teacher union in Morocco curbs the dropout rate—and fights child labor.
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For these Arapaho and Shoshone students, learning their ancient traditions may be key to their future success.
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Educators are stepping to a new beat, making use of hip-hop music to engage their students.
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Working on a block schedule? Your colleagues share their ideas for making the most of your many, many minutes.
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If teaching the holidays has you at a loss, don’t fret. We have ideas for making it work.
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What was your most memorable gift?
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Students today live in a wired world, and most of them are adept at using computers to find information, play or upload video clips, and even create personal Web pages.
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NEA Vice President Lily Eskelsen's road map to a better future for our schools.
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We need more nurses—in our schools and in our nursing programs.
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Robert Childs, Tracey Wygal, and Johnny Davis
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Tips for having a happy holiday without overdoing it.
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I wasn't very good at it, but I tried.

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1-Nov-08