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Books for Back-To-School

Academic Focus or Whole-Child Approach? Inside the Pre-K Curriculum Debate
Administrators Can Make or Break School Culture. Here’s How to Spot the Best Ones
After Parkland Shooting, District Teams With Sandy Hook Promise to Spot Warning Signs of Violence
A Holistic Approach to Student Success
A Multimillion Grant to Repurpose Recess
Arizona State Education Board Affirms Teaching of Evolution
Arming Teachers: A 'Threat to Safety' or the 'Only Way to Protect Innocent Lives'?
Aspiring Leaders Need Good Mentors
A Teacher's Reckoning on School Shootings
Author Interview With Donalyn Miller: 'Reading in the Wild'
Bad Teaching for Preschoolers? There Are Lots of Apps for That
Betsy DeVos Is Not Popular, But Is Approval for School Choice Increasing?
Britain’s Ed. Secretary Calls for “Revolution” in School Tech, and New Ideas From Industry
Building Global Competence-One Invention at a Time
Build Student Trust by Sharing Stories on the First Day
California Schools Race Sets Record for Most Expensive
Charter Schools: 7 Common Questions, Answered
Child-Care Provider Offers Free Ride to College for Thousands of Employees
Choose an Aligned Math Curriculum, Get Better Common-Core Teaching?
Civics Education Overhaul Nears Completion in Massachusetts
Closing the Gap Between Men and Women in STEM (A must read)
Competing Values in Education Make Real Transformation Challenging
Competitive Kids Are Specializing in One Sport at Early Ages, Raising Injury Risks
Considering a Strategic Direction for Education Reform
Could 3D-Printed Guns Bypass Policies Designed to Keep Schools Safe?
Court OKs Ballot Initiative to Raise Taxes for Schools in Ariz
Craigslist Founder Donates $1 Million to Fund STEM Projects on Donors Choose
Deeper Learning Through Movement, Talk, and Flexible Classrooms
DFER Says Its Causes are 'Progressive,' Is Pouring $4 Million Into State Races
Disruptive Behavior: Why It’s Often Misdiagnosed
Districts Want Teacher Evaluation. What Do Principals Want?
Does Driver's Ed. Need a Tune Up? Teens' Crash Risk Rises Right After Licensing
'Don't Be Afraid to Ask Questions': 5 Tips for New Teachers
Do States Weaken Their Standards By 'Un-Adopting' the Common Core? These Reviewers Think So.
Education Is a Wallflower in Midterm Campaign Ads
Education Week Found Nearly 500 Reports of Hate and Bias in Schools
8 Super Important Words in Education That Are Literally Used in Different Ways (Opinion)
Engaging Community Organizations to Support Student Achievement
English-Learners Often Denied Full Access to STEM Education, Report Finds
Enrollment Is Down at Teacher Colleges. So They're Trying to Change
ESSA and State Report Cards Webinar
ESSA on the Runway
Facebook Pushes Digital Literacy With New Lesson Library for Teachers
Facing Closures and Cutbacks, Some Colleges Are Cutting Majors
Few Aspiring Teachers Aim to Work With English-Learners, Report Finds
Fewer Than Half of Schools Report Testing Drinking Water for Lead
Few High School Students Are Interested in Teaching. But Better Pay Could Help
Few Texas High Schools Fulfill Voter Registration Law
5 Steps for Liberating Public Education From Its Deep Racial Bias
5 Things to Know About Today's Teaching Force
Florida School Security Guard Arrested on the First Day of School. It Began With an Anonymous Tip
Fostering Comprehensive Human Development at Valor Collegiate
4 Ways to Identify and Support Students With Dyslexia
Happy Teachers Practice Self-Care
Here's How Sen. Tim Kaine Wants to Fix Teacher Shortages, and Why It's Tricky
Head Start Advocates Seek $200 Million to Help Opioid-Affected Young Children
Here's What Makes or Breaks RTI and Other School Support Systems
How a Bilingual Educator Pipeline Gets Built
How Big Data Can Help You Personalize Learning
How Can Teachers Create Equitable Spaces for All Students?
How Can White Teachers Do Right by Students of Color?
How Chicago Is Supporting Educators in Using Early Warning Indicators
How Girls With ADHD Are Different
How History Class Divides Us
How Many Seats Do Teachers Get on the State Board of Ed.? In Most Places, None
How One District Is Preparing Students for an AI-Powered World
How Stories, More Than Facts, Shape the Possibilities for Education ReformThe Testing Tragedy
How to Make the Most of Teaching Without a Classroom (Video)
'I Can Do That!': How Maker Spaces Teach Students to Redesign Their Worlds
Indiana Using Data to Build Better Transcripts, College Transitions
Indicator Systems
In Minn., a Push to Build Parents' Confidence in Native American Ed
Instructional Coaching Works, Says a New Analysis. But There's a Catch
In These Few States, Teachers Are Not Allowed to Serve in the State Legislature
Investigation Into Parkland School Shooter Flags Transition Out of Special Education Program
Is America's Next Generation of Voters Ready for the Job?
Is Trump's School Safety Commission Muzzling Gun-Control Debate?
Is Leadership Coaching the Ignored Professional Development?
Is 'Voucher' a Bad Word? What the Public Thinks About School Choice
Is Your Classroom Welcoming for Students?
It's Time to Rethink School Schedules, Report Says
'Juuling' in Class? Yes, It's Happening. Here's What You Need to Know
Kickstart Readiness that Continues to College & Career
Kids Need Play and Recess. Their Mental Health May Depend on It.
Latest in Back-to-School Tech: Panic Buttons for Teachers
Live Webinar With Fountas & Pinnell: Levels Are a Teacher’s Tool, NOT a Child’s Label
Looking Back, Looking Ahead: Using a Continuous Improvement Cycle to Disrupt Inequity and Promote Deeper Learning
Looking for Cyberbullies? Try Instagram
Lots (andLots) of Teachers Are Running for Office This Year. Here's Why. (Video) Lots (and Lots) of Teachers Are Running for Office This Year. Here's Why (Video)
Man at New Mexico Compound Accused of Training Kids for School Attacks
Meditation Isn't Just About Self-Help. Here's What Educators Need to Know
Meet the Principal Who's Never In Her Office (Video)
Miami-Dade Schools Scramble to Place a Cop on Every Campus Before School Starts
Midterms Could Mean Big Changes for State ESSA Plans: Which Races to Watch
Mispronouncing Students' Names: A Slight That Can Cut Deep
More Isn't Always Better in Texting Preschool Parents, Study Finds
More Schools Are Using Anonymous Tip Lines to Thwart Violence. Do They Work?
Most States Still Don't Require Full-Day Kindergarten, Report Finds
More Than Words: Keeping Your Best Invested in Your School and District
More Youths Register to Vote, Especially in Swing States Chart
Most New Charter Schools Were Actually Approved by School Districts. That's Changing
Moving to Mastery in Idaho
New Site Connects Students With Ed-Tech for ‘Real World’ Expertise, Guidance
New Southern California Ed-Tech Accelerator Seeks Diverse, Global Reach
North Carolina School Shooting Spotlights Importance of Family Reunification Plans
Ohio Expected to Ban Most Suspensions, Expulsions for Youngest Students
Outgoing New Teacher Center CEO: 'Teachers Are Not Born, They're Developed'
Parkland Shooting Report Sharpens Focus on Special Education and Due Process
Parkland Shooting Victims' Families: School Board Is Weak on Safety
Personal Learning: Perspectives From Schools, Districts, and the Community
Practicing Kindergarten: How a Summer Program Eases Kids Into Learning
Preschool Development Grants Boosted Access to High-Quality Care, Report Says
Principals Are Running for Elected Office. Here's Why
Puerto Rico's High Court Clears Way for Vouchers, Charter Schools
Q&A Collections: Author Interviews
Q&A Collections: Education Policy Issues
Q&A Collections: Science Instruction
Q&A Collections: Student Assessment
Quality Counts 2018: Report and Rankings
Quests, Badges, and XP: How Teachers Are Using Digital Games
Race and Equity: Conversations We Can't Ignore
Renewing a Teaching License Doesn't Help With Professional Growth, Report Finds
Response: The Role of Student Test Scores in Teacher Evaluations
Response: Ways to Handle a Class That Has Gotten Out-of-Control (Opinion)
Role of Community Organizations in Supporting Student Success
SAT Scores See Slight Increase as Test-Taking Surges
School Safety Requires Prevention, Not Just Physical Security, Federal Commission Told
Schools and the Future of Work
Schools Are Required to Teach Mental-Health Lessons This Fall in Two States. And That's a First
Schools Should Reconsider Their Relationships With the News Media
Schools Should Teach (and Measure) 'Soft Skills,' Parents and Educators Agree
Self-Pacing: The Key to Differentiating Effectively for All Learners
Setting Up the Classroom for the First Day of School - Video
7 Things Teachers Can Quit Doing This Year
Should High Schoolers Learn to Stop Traumatic Bleeding? The Feds Think So
Should Student Behavior Be Factored Into Teacher Evaluations? Study Says Yes
6 Tips for Principals to Survive - and Thrive
'Smarter Balanced' Common Core Test Gets Thumbs Up from the Feds
Solving the Bilingual Teacher Shortage
Sparking Student Questions: Engaging All Students in Critical Thinking
Special Educators Missing Vital Training on Reading Skills, Says New Report
Specil Report: STEM Education
Staff Benefits Are Eating Up Bigger Shares of District Budgets, Report Finds
State Supreme Court Knocks Ambitious Hawaii School Funding Question Off Ballot
Step by Step: An Educator's Path to Advocacy
Step out of your daily routines and engage your students with Activate
Strategy, Culture Keys to Closing Achievement Gaps in Diverse, Middle-Income Schools
Students With Disabilities Sue ACT Over Release of Personal Information
Study: Shared Book Reading Boosts English-Learners' Language Skills
Study Stresses Crucial Link Between Job Training, Child Care
Taking K-12 Cultural Responsiveness From Theory Into Practice
Teachers Weigh in on Pay, Safety, School Choice, and Evaluations in New Survey
Teachers Criticize Their Colleges of Ed. for Not Preparing Them to Teach Reading
Teacher Who Said Student Beat Him Up for Being White Loses in Appeals Court
Teaching Secrets: Get to Know Students Through Seating Challenges (Opinion)
Teaching Vulnerable Students
Technology Counts 2018: What Do Principals Believe?
Tech-Savvy Educators Often Use Vendors’ Info to Find Ed-Tech, But Doubt Their Research, Study Says
10 Big Ideas in Education
10 Bold Ideas Principals Can Embrace This School Year
Ten Non-Standard Ideas About Going Back to School
The 'Brain' in Growth Mindset: Does Teaching Students Neuroscience Help?
The Importance of Charter-District Collaboration
The Most Common Misdiagnoses in Children
The Secret to a More Active Recess? Get the Adults Involved, Research Says
The Secret to Student Engagement
The Side Effects of Education: A History Lesson
The Slaughter in Pittsburgh Is Horrifying. What Can Schools Do to Prevent Another?
The Summer of '18
The Testing Tragedy
There's a Downside to Attending an Academically Selective School, Study Says
Thousands of Teachers Are Renting Out Their Homes on Airbnb
Three Strategies to Empower Students Through Transparent Teaching
Time and Teacher Involvement Boost Kids' Recess Activity
To Bolster K-3 Literacy, North Carolina Provides 24,000 iPads for Reading Teachers
To Know and Nurture a Reader is your get-going guide to conferring in grades K-5
Top Three Parent Tips for Making the Switch to Personalized Learning
Trump's Move to Pull Obama-Era Diversity Guidance for Schools Angers Democrats
12 Computer Science Resources That Boost Summer Professional Learning
12 Questions Your Child Should Ask Themselves When Writing Their College Essay
Using Data to Improve Student Learning Environments
Veteran Teachers: It's Our Responsibility to Support New Colleagues
Video-Based Training May Help Teachers Make Science Lessons More Coherent
Watch: What a Principal Learned by Shadowing a Student for a Day - 7:14 video
Wayfinding Abilities: Helping Students Chart a Course Through Life
We All Need to Get Smarter About Testing
Webinar Preparing the Sales Pitch: What Districts Expect K-12 Companies to Know (Premium Market Brief Webinar)
What Five American Teachers Learned From Germany's Education System
What Is Career and Technical Education, Anyway?
What Is ESSA's New School-Spending Transparency Requirement, and How Will It Work?
What Happens to Academic Gender Gaps When Students Grow Up?
What Principals Can Do to Keep Schools Safe Amid Shooting Fears
What's Missing When We Talk About Grit
What's Next for Research-Practice Partnerships?
What's the Toughest Part of ESSA For District Leaders?
What the DeVos-Led School Safety Commission Did This Summer
What the Post-Truth Trump Era Looks Like From My History Classroom
What We Know About: Reading at the Middle and High School Levels, Building Active Readers Across the Curriculum, Third Edition
What We Know and What We Need to Know About High School Graduation and College Readiness
Which Teachers Are Most Likely to Leave School Mid-Year?
Why Autism Diagnoses Are Often Delayed
Why Doesn't Every Teacher Know the Research on Reading Instruction? (Opinion)
Why Many Autistic Girls Are Overlooked
Why Principals Need to Make Student Mental Health a Priority
Why Research-Practice Partnerships Need Theories of Action
With Opioid Addiction on the Rise, Schools Try to Expand Services for Children

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