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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 has released an updated, principal competency guide on early learning. Developed by a panel of leading practitioners, Leading Pre-K-3 Learning Communities: Competencies for Effective Principal Practice defines new competencies and outlines a practical approach to high-quality...

source: NAESP

The United States has been experiencing a nationwide outbreak of enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) associated with severe respiratory illness especially harmful to children. At the same time, you and your community may also have questions about the Ebola virus. To address both public...

source: NAESP

When schools aren't forced to provide healthy food, they usually don't, according to a new study published in JAMA Pediatrics. Only a small number of schools offered healthy food options before the U.S. Department of Agriculture federally mandated them when the Healthy,...

source: TIME

California high schools with high-poverty students lose nearly two weeks of learning time annually because of teacher absences, testing, emergency lockdowns and other disruptions compared with their more affluent peers in other schools,...

source: Los Angeles Times

Superintendent Renee Foose thinks first grade is not too early to change classes for different subjects. The idea that young children need to spend all their school time being taught by just one teacher "is an antiquated model," she says. Different teachers have different...

source: National Journal

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has proposed a massive increase to the total funds it makes available to schools and libraries for supporting technology. In a proposal announced today, Wheeler called for a permanent $1.5 billion increase in the cap for E-rate, up from the current...

source: The Journal

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