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The edge of Emancipation Park after it was cleared; After the clash Charlottesville, VA August 12, 2017 By Evan Nesterak

Charlottesville. It has been one year since the city just a short trip over the mountain from mine became a word uttered in nearly every American...
Julia G. Thompson
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If you are lucky enough to have your own classroom, you will probably be tempted to spend too much money and time in hopes that it will look just...
Amber Chandler
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I have a teenage daughter. She is beautiful and honest, anxious and brave, smart and silly. She is very much like I was at her age and sometimes the...
By Richard M. Long, executive director, Learning First Alliance When developing a social/emotional program that focuses on the whole child, make sure...
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Bonus: If you want to hear more from Julia Thompson, sign up for her free webinar, Warm or Demanding? Develop Classroom Leadership Skills . It’s not...
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I’m a workaholic. I love being busy, and I am ambitious, which is a recipe for long hours and a scenario that goes something like this: It’s 10 p.m...
Julie Stern
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Like most students in the United States, I took two years of a foreign language in high school as a graduation requirement. I received the lowest...
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Denise Nobile, founder/educator of Youth Nation Yoga, is a registered children’s yoga teacher, a certified Mindful Schools educator, and an educator...
Early this morning, I spoke to a friend in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Through my webcam, the Skype video was still a little choppy, but clear enough to...