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Game time is being cut in exchange for increased direct instruction time in reading and mathematics. But research shows that games actually nourish the brain—and one teacher uses them daily in her classroom.
Want to ensure a successful Mix It Up at Lunch Day? Get your students involved!
Children are susceptible to superficial notions of beauty, but this teacher believes the real purpose of education is to give them a different message.
A former Teach for America corps member reflects on the changing face of the organization—and our nation's student demographics.
This teacher uses activist memoirs and an engaging exercise to help her students overcome internal barriers to acting on their values.
If you’re going to ask your students to mix it up, it’s only fair that you get out of your comfort zone and meet some new people too!
Can pro-equity policies reduce divides between the “haves” and “have nots”? An after-school educator thinks so.