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The online epidemic of cyberbullying

Bullying has been a serious problem in schools and neighborhoods for as long as anyone can remember, and adolescents and teens are at the highest risk for becoming victims of this behavior. In junior high and high school, when kids are between the ages of 13 and 17, they...

source: By: Ashley Welter (commentary)
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NAESP's 2014 Annual Conference and Expo took place July 10-12, bringing over 1,800 school leaders to Nashville to learn, network and engage with leading voices in education. The conference featured keynote presentations from best-selling authors Robert Fulghum and Susan...

source: NAESP

The debate over teacher tenure, now fiercely under way in New York, California, and North Carolina and surely coming soon to a state near you, is usually framed in terms of education. Tenure advocates insist it's a benefit that offsets relatively low wages and is necessary...

source: Bloomberg Businessweek

In what advocates are calling a major win, federal officials are for the first time telling states that Medicaid coverage must include treatments like applied behavior analysis for children with autism. Medicaid programs nationwide must offer "medically necessary diagnostic...

source: Disability Scoop

Peter DeWitt, an author, presenter and former K-5 public school principal, writes: "School leaders love to see it during observations. They walk into classrooms and look at the walls to see what kind of student work may be hanging up, and then they look around the room and...

source: Education Week

Sixty of the nation's big-city school districts have signed on to President Barack Obama's effort to improve educational outcomes for boys of color — a $200 million initiative known as My Brother's Keeper. The president will be...

source: Education Week

The Maker Movement is a unique combination of artistry, circuitry, and old-fashioned craftsmanship. Certainly, learning by doing or "making" has been happening since our ancestors refined the wheel. Don't treat making as a sidebar to an already overtaxed curriculum. As you...

source: Edutopia

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