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Jindal Says Education Reforms Can't Wait for Another Generation of Kids

Education was the topic of discussion in northeast Louisiana as Governor Bobby Jindal and the state’s new Superintendent of Education John White visited the area.

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Education and the State of Our Union

Obama is right to say that the minimum requirements set by No Child Left Behind, in the ten years the law has been in effect, have done little to shrink the achievement gap, and to consider an alternative. But it’s too early to know if Race to the Top is the right one.

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Free Resources on Scholastic.com Help Teachers Explore Black History Month in the Classroom

As teachers make plans for Black History Month in their classrooms in February, Scholastic has built a robust set of free resources available on Scholastic.com to help teach students about the African American experience.

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Extron Now Shipping Newly-Designed 7-inch Configurable TouchLink Touchpanels

Extron Electronics is pleased to announce the immediate availability of three, newly designed 7-inch touchpanels, including the TLP 710MV, TLP 710TV and TLP 710CV. 

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Pearson Empowers Parents and Students With PowerSchool Mobile

Pearson announced the launch of PowerSchool for Parents and PowerSchool for Students, two new free apps for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.

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KarbonStream Simplifies Data Capture With World’s First Write-on Pad

KarbonStream Corporation launched the KarbonPad, a patent-pending write-on tablet that makes it easier to collect, analyze and use data.

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Video | National Gay-Straight Alliance Day Message from U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan

Since taking office, President Obama and his Administration have taken many steps to ensure that all students are safe and healthy and can learn in environments free from discrimination, bullying and harassment.

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Google's Chromebooks Making Big School Push

Google announce that hundreds of schools in 41 states across the United States are using its Chromebooks in one or more classrooms.

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Oprah a 'Proud Momma' As First Academy Students Graduate

Surrounded by the white-clad students of her all-girls academy, Oprah Winfrey is glowing with pride.

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Shmoop Launches AP European History Guide

Shmoop, a publisher of digital curriculum and test prep, announces the launch of a new online course to help students prepare for their AP European History exam.

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