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Design Challenge Launched to Reimagine School Report Cards

The Foundation for Excellence in Education launched a design challenge today to reimagine school report cards.

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Video, Advocacy, and Mental Models

How video impacts mental models and understandings of how the world works, and why it’s important that we view video from an informed perspective.

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Better than Prep: Experiencing Success In What’s Next

Ten experiences high school students should leave the secondary system with so they are able to plan next steps with knowledge and confidence.

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A Blogging as Writing Curriculum

Middle School English Teacher, Susan Lucille Davis, takes a look into how to incorporate blogging into students' writing curriculum.

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Bringing Schools Into the 21st Century

By: James Walker. Web based tools are creating market shifts like never before. As online schooling opens for all ages, learn how to figure out which online offerings are right for your school.

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Seeing What is Possible Makes Possibilities Exciting

An interview of former Napa Valley Unified School District Administrator, Dr. Laura Ryan, on why her school district chose Scholastic's READ 180/System 44 to help their struggling readers achieve.

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Why We Should Know Our Bigger History

A very compelling reason to teach “big history” may be simply to cultivate these qualities in our children. If Big History Project accomplishes this (by teaching "big history" as its name suggests), then teaching it may change the outcome of life on our planet for future generations. Perhaps this is a big feat for ...

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