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Macy’s Be Book Smart Raises $4.8 Million for Reading Is Fundamental

Macy's customers participating in this year's Be Book Smart campaign helped raise more than $4.8 million for Reading Is Fundamental, the nation's largest children's literacy organization.

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Manatee School District to Raise Weekly Fee for School Programs

Manatee County school district officials will be raising the weekly fees for the before- and after-school programs in 19 elementary schools.

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Louisiana Department of Education Launches "Believe and Include"

The Louisiana Department of Education today launched Believe and Include, a $4 million competitive grant program that will provide funding to schools to develop innovative programs that help students with disabilities achieve proficiency of the more rigorous Common Core State Standards.

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Large S.C. district rolls out 1:1 computing initiative


Richland School District Two administrators choose Google Chromebooks for thousands of students

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Balfour Education Centers to be a Non-Traditional High School

Balfour Education Center principal Kent Parent told the Henderson County School Board on Monday he wants to rebrand the school from the “alternative” high school to a non-traditional high school. Parent said the school is focusing more on technology and offering technical and vocational classes.

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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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Statewide, Students Struggle on New Math Tests

As predicted, students across the state struggled with new math tests featuring more challenging content, according to results released this morning.

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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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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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Schools Say, 'Let's Do Lunch — Better'

When lunchtime rolls around at some Chicago-area schools this year, students in the cafeteria line might be served a panini or antibiotic-free chicken or a black-bean burger. And in at least one district, the salad bar will include a combination of cucumbers and jicama.

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