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From Education Week Teacher: News and Information for Teacher Leaders:

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Cross-posted from the OII blog. A small youth and family resource center is tucked away in the corner of a strip mall at the intersection of Western Avenue and Santa Monica Boulevard in warm, sunny Los Angeles. It’s in “the other Hollywood,” where instead of calling for the lights, camera, and action of movie making, community […]

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When it comes to repaying your federal student loans, there’s a lot to consider. But, by taking the time to understand the details of repayment, you can save yourself time and money. This should help you get started. When do I begin repaying my federal student loans? You don’t have to begin repaying most federal student […]

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From Education Week Teacher: News and Information for Teacher Leaders:

Read the whole article originally published in: Education Week Teacher: News and Information for Teacher Leaders.

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From Education Week Teacher: News and Information for Teacher Leaders:

Read the whole article originally published in: Education Week Teacher: News and Information for Teacher Leaders.

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A lawsuit alleges that New Mexico’s A-F grading system for schools and its teacher-evaluation policies cause an unfair distribution of resources for schools.

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Meeting each child where he or she is in early childhood and increasing out-of-school learning experiences are some of the ways to strengthen our weakened education system and drive K-12 results, writes Paul Reville.

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After a recent knife attack at a Pennsylvania high school, experts say educators should be prepared to respond to a range of potentially dangerous situations.

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With a federal lawsuit pending, and more scrutiny about its practices, Google updated its terms of service and privacy policies about how it uses private data.

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Specialized texts serve older students reading many levels below their peers, but some ask how they jibe with requirements of the common core.