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Four Letter Words: Learning How to Write from a Federal Prison

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If we as Americans want prisoners to succeed at something pro-social whether it be writing, learning, or not returning to a life of crime, we have to provide them with the tools to do so. Read More »

Projector Technology for the Classroom: LCDs, DLPs, and More

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Before investing in projectors for your school, it is a good idea to familiarize yourself with some of the acronyms and jargon you might come across. Read More »

Quality or Quantity – Do We Really Need More Instruction Time?

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There are no easy answers in education, but the idea of adding more instructional time is like putting a Band-Aid on a gushing wound. Read More »

Interview: Dr. Al Forsyth on Helping and Learning with FreeRice

Dr. Al Forsyth says "I think the concept of FreeRice – learning and helping – is brilliant." Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Won’t Back Down

Won't Back Down is a moving, inspiring film based on a true story about commitment and the value of education Read More »

Three “I”s Suggested for Education Reform

We don't just want kids who can pass tests, but those who can also improve the iPad or fix health care. Read More »

The Three Way Attack on Texas Public Education; Part Two: Immigration

Part two of a three part series related to the political attacks on Texas public education. Read More »

Celebrating Black History Month: A Teacher’s Perspective

A teacher celebrates Black History Month with a hopeful attitude about building relationships with students. Read More »

An Interview with Jo Scott-Coe, Author of Teacher at Point Blank: Confronting Sexuality, Violence, and Secrets in a Suburban School

Insights into education from someone fresh from the trenches. Read More »

Opportunity and Declining Education

Budget cuts and poor leadership are robbing our children of the education they deserve. Read More »