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A Curriculum to Strengthen Students Against Cyberbullying

The Facing History School in New York City takes a unique approach to cyberbullying, based in part on its partnership with Facing History and Ourselves, a professional development organization that integrates the concepts of identity, community, responsibility, decision-making and participation into all aspects…

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What Does A Good Common Core Lesson Look Like?

As we're detailing this week, teachers and school leadershave a lot of work to do to adopt curricula aligned with the new Common Core State Standards. In the Internet era, the best resources should be able to easily leap political boundaries and…

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STEM mentor program to start in 10 Indy schools

Ten Indianapolis schools and a community organization are joining a national initiative to develop mentoring programs for students in science, technology, engineering and math fields. Grabbing elementary students’ interest in STEM fields can lay a foundation that blossoms through middle…

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Indy among 18 finalists for state’s pre-K pilot

Marion County is among 18 finalists for Indiana’s new, state-funded pre-kindergarten program, state officials announced today. The pre-K program, created by the General Assembly in the last session as one of Gov. Mike Pence’s legislative priorities, will be introduced in five counties…

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Familiar judge to hear school-finance recusal case

A San Antonio judge will decide whether state District Judge John Dietz remains on the school-finance case. District Judge David Peeples of San Antonio was assigned Wednesday to hear Attorney General Greg Abbott’s request to remove Dietz from the long-running…

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Behind the school lunch fight

First lady Michelle Obama and school lunch ladies used to be on the same team, but now they’re locked in a political war against each other. For the first three years of Obama’s Let’s Move! campaign, the School Nutrition Association,…

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Bill would require schools to report student bullying

Rep. Matt Cartwright (D-Pa.) has introduced a bill to require schools to maintain records of student bullying. Citing a Department of Health and Human Services statistic that one in three students say they have been bullied at school, Cartwright said…

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