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Learning

4 Strategies to Bring History to Life For Students

By: Sophia Sineath. It can be difficult for teachers to find the time to explore inquiry-based learning, but here are four strategies to help unlock the power of history for students by discovering the primary resources found in local archives.

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EdTech

Why the Transition to Adulthood Should Start in Preschool

By: Dr. Genevra Walters. Conversations about college and careers need to start earlier rather than later, with educators thinking past the traditional style of teaching to truly prepare students for life outside school.

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Blog Series

EdTech 10: National Week of Making

During this official National Week of Making 2016, we share with you stories around all types of making, including stores on those who are working to make a positive impact on education.

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Blog Series

22 Ways to Make the Most of Your Job or Internship

Landing an internship or an entry-level job can be a great way to get a jump start on a career you love. Here are 22 tips to make the most of your experience while there.

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Leadership

Fostering Academic Success for All

By: Karla Phillips and Jesse Hahnel. The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) expands the focus of K12 student success to include provisions specifically for foster youth, as part of the effort to ensure that success can occur for ALL students.

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Buck Institute for Education (BIE)

The nonprofit Buck Institute for Education (BIE) is the world's leading provider of K-12 resources and professional development for Project Based Learning (PBL). BIE believes all students can and should benefit from this transformational teaching method.

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Leadership

An Ambitious Plan to Make the Nation Proud of its Public Schools

New Tech Network sees a future where our nation is proud of its public schools, a goal its leaders are aiming for based on NTN's tangible success in redesigning 200 schools within districts.

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Leadership

Could an Extra Hour Be The Key to Teacher Retention?

By: John A. Dues. A nonprofit coalition of Ohio charter schools is working to solve its teacher retention challenge by reorganizing the school day to better benefit staff and students.

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