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- NASCAR's program for grade 5-7 offers new ways to teach science.
- In his follow-up book, the author discusses how to welcome children into school and put them in charge of their learning.
- D.C.’s quiet but forceful leader is leaving, but she offers parting thoughts on replacing Rhee and her biggest surprise while in charge.
- D.C. schools share data, embrace blended models, and celebrate student success.
- Learn how you can take ideas from this tennis tournament back into your school district.
- Author Lois Bridges marvels at a secret underground library in Syria that houses 14,000 books.
- Spurred by the Common Core, forward-thinking schools are bringing more nonfiction into their classes—and they’re loving the results.
- Home visits, a once rare but growing practice, can lead to effective partnerships between schools and parents.
Today's Top Ed News
- XQ Institute picks 10 schools; each will get $10 million. NYTimes
- School will not have one location, many students will work online. KPCC
- Students are emulating NFL protests, but facing penalties. ABC
- Homeschool option unlikely to be used by inner-city parents. ProPublica
- Groundbreaking case asserts literacy as a constitutional right. DetroitNews
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