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Schools to Close 2 Days and Reopen for Last Day of Classes

The mountains of snow and the icy roads never arrived last winter, depriving schoolchildren of the precious surprise of a snow day. But the payoff is about to come, a few months later, to thousands of New York City students.

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ST Math from MIND Research Institute.


Find out about a math program that’s backed by neuroscience research and has been proven effective in large-scale studies.

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Take a Healthy Step Forward in Your District.


Now that your district wellness policy is in place, what's next?

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Debit card alternative to payroll checks


Watch this web seminar to see a case study from Hillsborough County Public Schools in Florida, one of the largest districts in the country, and find out how and why the district is replacing payroll checks with the rapid!

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What should you include in your high school cafeteria a la carte line?


Take a look at this checklist of must-have food and beverage items.

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Empowering Students With Digital Reading


New products are designed to improve aptitude, fulfill Common Core State Standards, provide unlimited access to online libraries and bring 21st-century learning into the classroom.

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Providing rigor and college readiness for all students

Florida district promotes educational equity with help from College Board’s SpringBoard program for English and math

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LightRaise from SMART Technologies


Now you can bring learning to life with vibrant, engaging, interactive content on almost any surface. Watch the 20-minute LightRaise overview.

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Nashville Schools' Diversity Praised During Rezoning Trial

Metro Nashville’s school zoning plan promotes integration by offering choice, national desegregation expert Leonard Stevens testified Wednesday in the final day of a trial over whether the district unfairly moved black students.

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Miami Schools Police Chief Accused Of Trying to Decrease Crime Stats

Miami Dade Public Schools Police Chief Charles Hurley is accused of directing officers to Baker Act rather than arrest students to make it appear that crimes have decreased under his watch.

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