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A new teacher asks: “How do I do this?”

He was a big man, a presence to be reckoned with on any football team, the Huffington Post reports. …

Advice from teachers to parents

The Huffington Post reports: Like many teachers, I have a good relationship with the parents of my students.…

What we can learn from the smartest kids in the world

In this excellent review of Amanda Ripley’s new book “Smartest Kids in the World,” Annie Murphy Paul highlights one of the biggest changes in how we perceive American education, MindShift…

Report: Public fuzzy on Common Core State Standards

Report: Public fuzzy on Common Core State Standards

At a time when most U.S. public schools are implementing the Common Core State Standards, a new report finds that Americans don’t know what the Common Core State Standards are,…

“Indescribably insane”: A public school system from hell

Want to see a public school system in its death throes? Look no further than Philadelphia, Salon.com reports.…

Listen up, schools! Technology helps with parent participation

Listen up, schools! Technology helps with parent participation

A new survey reveals that though most parents want to participate in their child’s school or district, not enough technology options exist to help them communicate with educators and school…

Arizona Common Core Standards spur focus on parent involvement

The Republic reports that school course material in Arizona will be more difficult this year, not only for students but for their parents.…

Move over, Millennials: Why 20-somethings should fear teens

Forget about generational spats with Boomer bosses and trying to break free from overinvested parents, the cohort Millennials really need to worry about is Generation Z.…

Watch: Chicago student slams school board for massive teacher layoffs

In less than two minutes, nine-year-old Chicago Public School student Asean Johnson on Wednesday unloaded a heartfelt plea to save teachers while excoriating the Board of Education that signed off…

The amazing way teachers are helping their undocumented students

At International High School in Brooklyn's Prospect Heights neighborhood, teachers always told their immigrant students to work hard, apply to college and receive scholarships, the Huffington Post reports.…