How One Educator is Taking Ethnic Studies Mainstream

“Keeping students from learning about their own history is structural racism, " says teacher Jose Lara.
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Anti-Bullying School Policies Continue to Fail LGBT Students

LGBT protections and effective implementation strategies are lacking in most districts' efforts, according to new report from GLSEN.
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US Wins Math Olympiad For First Time in 21 Years
The United States is number one in a sector it has struggled to conquer in recent decades: math. At the International Math Olympiad, members of the US team beat the Chinese by four points, earning 185 to China's 181. Source: The Christian Science Monitor
Districts are Using Private Clouds to Address Privacy Concerns
With student data privacy commanding so much attention, some K-12 districts are building private clouds to distribute curriculum and IT resources to students and staff over their own networks. Source: eSchool News
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8 Ways Teachers Can Use Summer to Build Public Speaking and Presentation Skills

The "Summer slide" can also affect teachers. Here are a few tips to keep some important skills sharp.
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