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Increasing Teacher Success with Online, Collaborative PD


Watch the archive edition for case studies about how synchronous PD is increasing teacher success.

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Assessment Tools for School Wellness


Survey for principals: a checklist examining food and physical activity wellness policies at the school level

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Non-food Ways to Reward Student Achievement


K12 experts explain why food should not be used as a reward or punishment for a child’s behavior.

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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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ST Math: Higher scores and lower frustration levels


MIND Research Institute’s ST Math program proves successful for students and staff at Florida elementary school

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Challenges of managing absenteeism in K-12


View the archive edition to find out about the real costs of manually managed absenteeism, and how automated systems can improve efficiency, productivity and the bottom line.

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Huntsville Voters Approve Renewal of Education Property Tax

Huntsville school officials are breathing a sigh of relief today after city voters overwhelmingly renewed a property tax that pays for school repairs and renovations.

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New Code Aims to Ease Suspensions of Students

New York City public-school students can no longer be suspended for one-time, low-level infractions, and the youngest pupils can be suspended only for 5 days for midlevel offenses, down from 10, according to new disciplinary rules posted by the Education Department this week.

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iPads a Valuable Investment for School District

As students head back to school this year in the Watertown-Mayer district, they’ll be toting a new gadget with them on the first day of school — and every day after that.

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Schools' Proposed Budget to Get More Revenue

Faced with leaking roofs over several schools, Marshall County's Budget Committee is recommending county commissioners add $300,000 to the school budget, although the Board of Education had sought much more.

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