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Fall 2013



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Educator’s Survival Guide
The go-to source for safely surviving common classroom conundrums. Our survival guide outlines common and complicated classroom scenarios with strategies to navigate them with ease.


Editor's Note

President's Viewpoint


Feature Stories

Student Life
Motivating Gifted Kids
A gifted high school student explains how educators can keep students like him engaged in their classrooms.

Common Core
What You Should Know
There are many rumors about the Common Core State Standards. We’ve developed a list of 10 things you should know about implementation, and how the Common Core will benefit students.

Local Politics
Fall School Board Races
Local school board members make some of the most important decisions about public education. Here’s why you should pay attention to local races this fall.

Zip Codes
In the Danger Zone
In our continuing series, NEA Today visits three areas that have been affected by natural disasters and looks at how school communities have recovered.

Student Debt
The Loan Dilemma
New student loan legislation limits interest rates, leaving future college hopefuls susceptible to crippling debt.


What’s on Your Mind

Technology

American Education Week

Why I go the Extra Mile

What I’ve Learned

ESP

Why I’m a Member

Rights Watch

NEA’s Raise Your Hand Campaign

Extra Credit


NEAToday.org

States Move to Protect Educators from Cyberbullying

U.S. Education Spending Tops Other Countries—But Who’s Benefiting?

Is Cursive Needed in the Digital Age?

Supreme Court Recognizes Legal Foundation of Affirmative Action

Educators Say Enough is Enough, Let’s Organize!


Works4Me

The bacteria and germs are out there, just not where you might think.
Trading Germs
Glitter Germs

TIPS
A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words
Found Treasures
Whiteboard Wonders

Ask Kate
De-Escalation: How Does It Work?

Resources

NEA Foundation Grants

NEA Academy

NEA Health Information Network

NEA Student Program

The NEA Bullying Prevention Kit

American Education Week

NEA Human and Civil Rights Awards

Free Things

Exploring Space Through Math

Wonderville

 

 

 

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October, 2013

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