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How staying neutral in
                                          the classroom doesn't help

Being Neutral in the Classroom Won’t Help Your Students

Discussing human rights and equity should be welcomed in classrooms, not dismissed as “partisanship” or “politics.”

The Best and Worst of
                                          2018 in Public Education

Recapping 2018 in Public Education: The Best and Worst

2018 saw a historic mobilization by educators and big wins on election night. But the usual suspects made sure the news wasn’t all good.

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ESP task force opens
                                          doors in Delaware

Opening Doors for Education Support Professionals

Delaware’s new task force will help lawmakers understand ESP contributions toward student achievement and safety.

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Community Support Helps
                                          Schools Recover from Disaster

Community Support Helps Schools Recover from Disaster

Thanks to an outpouring of support, disaster-hit schools and communities had a more hopeful end to their holiday season.

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LA educators are ready to
                                          strike for their students

‘Standoff Over the Future of Public Education’: L.A. Teachers Ready to Strike

“We won’t be bought off.…What we are fighting for is a program of investment in our neighborhood public schools,” says UTLA president.

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HBCUs as Engines of
                                          Upward Mobility

HBCUs as Engines of Upward Mobility

Low-income students at minority-serving institutions are more likely to climb the economic ladder than peers who chose a predominantly white institution, according to study.

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Works4Me: Ideas and Tips By
                                Teachers, For Teachers

Three Ways to Recycle and Reuse Holiday Cards and Calendars

Don’t throw out those holiday cards and 2018 calendars yet. Check out these ideas from master teachers for giving them a second life at home and in the classroom.

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