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Can We Compete?

In the face of new global rivalries come renewed worries about how American math and science education stack up. While we look to emerging giants like China and India, the rest of the world is still watching what U.S. educators do in the classroom. More»

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When tap shoes are silenced and paintbrush bristles left to harden, student achievement suffers—often at the schools where the arts are needed the most.
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Their morning starts with a military checkpoint, but it’s all part of the routine for the teachers serving the children of those who serve our country.
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Get the lowdown on how defined-contribution pension plans can leave you short come retirement. Also, pet insurance—is it worth it?
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One educator illuminates the ways in which NCLB is hurting teacher quality at her school.
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When NEA Foundation award winner and U.S. Navy reservist Philip Forgit was sent to war, he found himself in a familiar environment: the classroom.
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From Sputnik to cyberspace, the key to keeping the United States competitive comes down to quality math and science education.
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Fewer school nurses often mean more medical responsibilities for teacher’s aides, secretaries, and other education support professionals.
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When it comes to transportation, putting private companies like Laidlaw in the driver’s seat is proving problematic for school districts and support professionals.
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Rocket Man, Entreprenurial ESP, NEA Member Miss America Hopeful, and more...
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Let’s make a high school diploma or its equivalent mandatory for all students below the age of 21.
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Colorado, Oregon, Washington, Michigan, and Montana.
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For-profit companies like Laidlaw International now bus more than 2 million children each year, and public school employees working in food service, maintenance, and security have been pushed into similar privatization schemes.
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Courts struggle over controversial teen tees.
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