Iowa Educators Reject Attacks on Their Unions

With the fate of their state's public-sector unions on the line, Iowa educators are making it clear: Their vote is a resounding UNION YES!
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Ready For Some Good News? Educators Share What’s Happening in Their Classrooms

It's easy to be overwhelmed by all the bad news lately, so we asked educators to let us know about the great things going on in their schools.
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How Making an Impact on the World Motivates Students
Some educators are finding that connecting projects to a global community is a powerful way to make a project feel meaningful to students. Source: KQED MindShift
5 Ways to Support Restorative Justice
School districts, including those in San Francisco, Houston and Denver, have replaced punitive disciplinary practices with restorative justice. A behavior specialist offers five steps for using restorative practices.
for New Educators
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Your relationships with students are crucial in building their confidence and giving them ownership of their education.
Whether you’re adjusting an existing lesson plan or starting from scratch, try these tips for a productive school year.

Mass Shooting in Las Vegas: How to Talk to Students

The nation woke up this morning to the horrific news of the largest mass shooting in U.S. history during a concert in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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