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How About "National Pencil Standards?"

ISTE’s vague standards and a potential exclusionary “seal of alignment” make one wonder whose side the group is on.

Reel Time

Watching educators teach via video brings professional development to a new level.

Curriculum Update

The latest developments in math, science, language arts and social studies

No Place Like Home

Like 'em, hate 'em (or just tolerate them), portable classrooms are a fact of life for districts. Here's advice on planning for and using these modular units-and on thinking in new ways about their potential for learning

Keeping Safe, Staying Smart

Internet filters may help your district meet federal guidelines, but you may be missing a chance to teach students how to use the Web responsibly.

NoteBook

Education information from schools, business, research and professional organizations

A DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION Special Section Presentation Systems

Projectors and whiteboards are rapidly invading today’s classrooms, making teaching more interactive, memorable and fun for students Here’s the practical advice you need for your district.

Curriculum Update

The latest developments in math, science, language arts and social studies.

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