Award-Winning Graphic Novelist Encourages Kids to Read Outside Comfort Zones

Gene Luen Yang, the 2016 National Ambassador for Young People's Literature, urges students to explore new formats and new cultures.
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Embedding Leadership in the Teaching Profession

Teachers are the experts and leadership should be an integral part of an educator's professional life.
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How Has Google Affected The Way Students Learn?
There is a lack of research available examining the effect of search engines on our brains even as the technology is rapidly dominating our lives. Of the studies available, the answers are sometimes unclear. Source: KQED MindShift
Instead of Suspensions, Can Kids Talk Out Their Mistakes?
The student-centered learning approach that has taken root in a growing number of schools now extends to campus discipline. Source: The Hechinger Report
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Glass Not Even Half Full: Per-Pupil Spending in the U.S. Falls Again

Which states spend the most - and least - per pupil on public education?
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