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Goalbook offers holistic approach to empower teachers

Goalbook’s solution combines leading pedagogical research with its innovative technology to help educators personalize instruction for students.

Discovery Education Named Lead Sponsor for ASCD’s 2014 Annual Conference and Exhibit Show

The 69th ASCD Annual Conference and Exhibit Show, held in Los Angeles, Calif., March 15–17, 2014, will showcase ideas and best-practice strategies that are driving student achievement and will unlock ways to boost teacher and leadership effectiveness.

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NSBA Welcomes Budget Proposal that Prioritizes Education

Thomas J. Gentzel, the Executive Director of the National School Boards Association (NSBA), released a statement on the bipartisan plan from Congressional leaders that would stop the automatic across-the-board cuts created by sequestration for two years.

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Rodney Bowler named Henry County (Ga.) Schools Superintendent

Rodney Bowler, the assistant superintendent for administrative services in Henry County Schools, has been named to replace retiring Superintendent Dr. Ethan Hildreth.

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S.C. schools superintendent Zais will not seek re-election

Mick Zais, the retired Army brigadier general and Newberry College president, had pledged to serve no more than two four-year terms but is leaving after one.

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Former schools chief Tony Bennett finds new work with ACT

Former Indiana Schools Superintendent Tony Bennett is back in the public eye, helping to pitch a Common Core test to state education leaders four months after he resigned as Florida’s schools chief.

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Florida schools prepare for end of Race to the Top funding

Millions of dollars available to school systems across the state are dwindling to an end, as federal funding is set to expire next year.

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Charter schools not a smart investment for S.C.

A new report calling for South Carolina to increase the state’s investment in charter schools comes as the state still is struggling to recover from the economic downturn and continues to invest heavily in education reform driven by new standards and high-stakes testing.

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Learning cursive is a basic right

Today more and more I meet high school students who, though they can read, sometimes well and sometimes poorly, are ashamed whenever they are confronted with the need to sign a document.

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