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Kindergarten Redirshirting: Can You Hold Your Child Back?

The older kids are, the more they mature and learn. So older kindergartners should have an easi....Read More

How Can Teachers Help Students Ask The Right questions?

One of the most important skills my colleagues and I try to develop in our students is the ability ....Read More

Teachers Learning to Play Video Games

  Teachers have heard for decades that technology is about to transform their classrooms. “B....Read More

Tips to Foster Early Childhood Development

According to early childhood development experts, while every child is unique, one thing is certain;....Read More

Teaching ‘STEAM’ K12 Curriculum

The U.S. may be short as many as three million high-skilled workers by 2018, according to National M....Read More

Kenya: Education Policies Proposals Missing from the Campaign

Yet again elections are around the corner thrusting Kenyans into another busy and sometimes chaotic ....Read More

Oklahoma Teacher Admonishes Parents and Lawmakers In a Blunt and Honest Open Letter

Oklahoma teacher Steven Wedel has written an honest and blunt open letter recounting his struggles a....Read More

Children Story Books for the Season

Children story books  and great weather go hand in hand. Whether poolside or on a family picnic, do....Read More

Top New Book Titles for Kids

Books make great gifts for kids, whether you’re shopping for a birthday or you just want to help ....Read More

Common Core, Where Is the Teachers’ Voice?

Common Core State Standards (CCSS), popularly referred to as Common Core were developed by governors....Read More

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