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Thursday, April 18, 2013

NEA Today Express: Three Bad Ideas for Education

Parents and teachers want educators to be truly professional and their profession to be highly selective, yet these so-called reforms do the opposite.

How Do Your Student Assessments Measure Up?

Rate your students' tests at a new website designed to share educators' expertise.

How to Get All Your Students to Participate

The author of best-seller 'Quiet' offers tips to engage the introverts in your classroom.

Safe Schools: 'We Need to Fulfill This Promise to Our Students'

Katie Lyles was a sophomore at Columbine High School when two gunmen massacred students and staff. Now, she's an educator working to end gun violence.

Raise Your Hand for Student Success

NEA President Dennis Van Roekel introduces the next step in educator-led school reform.

School Gardens Put Learning On the Menu

Farm to School projects produce healthy results with help from parents, teachers, and education support professionals.

Want to Celebrate National Teacher Day?

From posters to proclamations, we have what you and your community need to celebrate your day and thank a teacher on May 7.
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Building Students' Confidence and Fluency in Math

Learn educators' tips for using games to sharpen students' math skills. What interactive methods or drills do you use to help students master basic math facts? Share your ideas.
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