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N.Y.C. to Try Longer School Day in 20 Middle Schools

The school day is about to get longer for some New York City school kids — and we’re not talking a couple of minutes. It’s about to be two and a half hours longer.

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Will New Teacher Evaluations Help or Hurt Chicago's Schools?

In the wake of a strike and amid a skyrocketing murder rate, teachers and administrators alike are trying to focus on instruction.

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ASCD Summer Reading List Identifies 10 Books That Can Transform Teaching and Learning

In the spirit of promoting year-round professional development, ASCD has assembled a diverse list of books essential to educators who seek to improve their practice over the summer months.

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New AASA National Superintendent Certification Program Announced

Daniel Domenech, executive director of AASA, The School Superintendents Association, has announced the launch of AASA’s new National Superintendent Certification Program, a program is designed to help new superintendents build their leadership tool box.

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DA to Live Stream from SIIA Ed Tech Industry Summit May 6 & 7

With a focus on Navigating “Next,” conference sessions will review what's coming next in teaching and learning in a post-PC world, and will prepare education solution providers with the knowledge needed to build the infrastructure, products, and services that schools want or need.

Solving Our Algebra Problem

Getting all students through Algebra I to improve graduation rates.

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Webinar Offers Transformational Strategies for Special Ed Management

During the one-hour webinar, Dr. Peter Bittel, a leading special education management expert, and Dr. Nicholas Young, superintendent of South Hadley Public Schools in South Hadley, MA, will share their expertise and first-hand experience with leading successful special education programs.

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PresenceLearning Raises $8 Million in Series B Funding

PresenceLearning, the leader in online speech and occupational therapy services for K-12 students, recently received $8 million in funding to continue the growth of its online therapy services, as well as to expand development into new products and offerings for the special education market.

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