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Classroom Instruction That Works Returns in Second Edition

ASCD is honored to announce the debut of Classroom Instruction That Works, 2nd edition, by McREL’s Ceri B. Dean, Elizabeth Ross Hubbell, Howard Pitler, and Bj Stone.

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Audit Criticizes HISD's Buying Practices

The Houston Independent School District does not always select vendors based on transparent and consistent criteria and often weights price too low, according to an outside procurement audit.

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Differentiated literacy solution sends reading skills soaring.


Dramatic Lexile gains in Tucson district with Achieve3000 implementation.

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Can refurbished computers be good-as-new?


Get an insider's guide to refurbished computers from our special report.

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Strategies for success


Sustain a farm to school program.

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IES Report Finds Class.com Algebra I Increases Math Achievement

A recent Institute of Education Sciences at the U.S. Department of Education report found that Class.com’s Algebra I course administered through its fully accredited online high school, Lincoln National Academy, increased eighth grade students’ algebra skills.

 

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New Year, New Website, New RelampIt!

RelampIt has a number of exciting changes planned for 2012; their 5year anniversary. Beginning the year off strong, RelampIt has completely revitalized their old website.

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Ga. Looking at Repealing Education Spending Law

Georgia is considering throwing out a law requiring that 65 percent of education funding be spent in public school classrooms, part of an effort to overhaul how Georgia funds K-12 education.

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Kwame Brown Wants to Require College Applications for D.C. High School Students

Should District of Columbia public and charter high school students be required to apply for college or trade school in order to graduate?

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Teachers Resist High-Tech Push in Idaho Schools

Ann Rosenbaum, a former military police officer in the Marines, does not shrink from a fight, having even survived a close encounter with a car bomb in Iraq. Her latest conflict is quite different: she is now a high school teacher, and she and many of her peers in Idaho are resisting a statewide plan that dictates how computers should be used in classrooms.

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