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AEP Announces Upcoming Course

A half-day workshop, The Valuable Connection Between Quality Content and Technology, is the second course in the 2013 Series and is scheduled for April 18 on Stanford University's campus in Palo Alto, CA.

Digital Learning Day:

Celebrating Innovative Classroom Technology

Aventa Learning

See how the Aventa curriculum can help improve student achievement, expand your course catalog, avoid costly textbook replacement and offer scheduling flexibility.

An IEP for Every Student? Using Technology to Provide Truly Differentiated Instruction.

View the on-demand presentation on creating an IEP in math for every student.

Sex Education Programs For Teens Targeted By GOP Lawmakers

Lawmakers in North Dakota, Arkansas and Texas are now pushing bills that would defund comprehensive sex education programs for at-risk teenagers.

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Teaching the Modern Renaissance: A School Based on the Startup Mindset

It used to be that teenage founders were an anomaly. They were super-geeks, and not in a good way.

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Budget Cuts Hurt Military Communities Hard in Calif.

Nearly $2 billion in federal funding is being trimmed from public schools across the country - part of the budget sequester that went into effect a month ago. It's schools in military communities, however, that are especially hard hit.

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Fla. Lawmaker Wants To Create District-run "Innovation Schools"

A new charter school bill gets its first committee hearing Monday in Tallahassee.

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Critics say Camden's State-Appointed Schools Chief Will Have Too Much Power

An in-depth state report on Camden's schools "in crisis" laid out several recommendations in August, including hiring a superintendent who could transform the district. But just as the Camden Board of Education had narrowed its search to three candidates last week, the process came to a halt when Gov. Christie announced a full state takeover of Camden schools.

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Atlanta Cheating Suspects to Surrender

A lawyer for two Atlanta teachers accused in one of the nation's largest test-cheating scandals says they are about to turn themselves in.

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