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The Gifts that Keep on Giving

Silly and sentimental, some gifts from students are simply unforgettable.

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                                          in her school garden

This ‘Kale Blazer’ Takes School Gardening to the Next Level

Paraeducator Nancy Burke’s students inherit her green thumb and engaging spirit—winning awards, cooking for parents, and volunteering at a food pantry during the holidays.

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Where Do Teachers Get the Most Respect?

It’s not in the United States, according to a new global survey. But signs are everywhere in 2018 that the public believes U.S. educators deserve better.

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                                          problems

Your Computer Isn’t Broken: Quick Tech Fixes for Students

Save time by teaching students how to troubleshoot their technology problems.

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                                          programs boost student
                                          success

How Dual-Language Immersion Programs Boost Achievement

When we encourage students to use their language while learning English, academic success follows.

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                                          collaboration is clear

The Case for Collaboration is Clear

When unions, district officials, school boards, parents, and community members work together, students succeed.

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NEA’s Read Across America Online Calendar Is Here!

Our end of year gift to you: 37 recommended books with resources to help you celebrate and motivate the diverse readers in your classroom.

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Works4Me: Ideas and Tips By
                                Teachers, For Teachers

Best of Works4Me: December Holidays

The month of December brings high energy and excitement to your school. How can you focus your students on learning when they can barely sit still? Check out this collection of tips and ideas to bring holiday fun into your classroom.

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