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Summer 2011



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Priority Schools: Dayton

A struggling school once defined by violence is in the midst of a startling transformation. Collaboration, say your Ohio colleagues, was key.


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What are the qualities of a superhero?
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RA delegates said loud and clear that we want to raise standards for the teaching profession, not lower them.
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NEA members left this year’s Representative Assembly ready to defend and advance public education.
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Physical attacks and psychological torment can shatter a young person’s sense of well-being. But one caring adult can make a profound difference for both the bullied and the bully.
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With the fate of the nation’s students in the balance, you defeat those who would destroy public education and leap over obstacles to learning with a single bound…
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Educators scored inspiring victories in the face of orchestrated attacks on their rights.
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See how educators are employing the best in education technology to keep students engaged.
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These support professionals play politics to win.
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Practical classroom tips and tricks from educators.
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Federal courts curb the power of school officials to punish student Internet speech
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Find out what's important now.
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Sharing ideas, opinions, and comments with NEA Today.
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More on NEA Foundation Grants, New Tools and Ideas, Classroom Superheroes, Teaching Channel, Health Information Network, American Education Week, Human and Civil Rights Awards

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