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Amber Chandler
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Dear Future Me: Hey! It’s Amber, in June, on the last day of final exams, 2018. I have a few “words of wisdom” for you that you will surely forget as...
Re-Imagining Migration
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By Adam Strom Webinar Alert: If you’re interested in exploring this topic more, check out Share My Lesson’s free webinar with Adam Strom: Helping...
Teaching Tolerance
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By Kelly Griffith, a middle school social studies teacher in Brownsville, Texas. As children are separated from their parents along our southern...
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Eco-Healthy Child Care®
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It’s important for children to participate in arts and crafts. It allows them an opportunity to express their creativity and use their imaginations...
New York, NY, June 19, 2018 … The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) today issued a statement on behalf of a group of hidden children of the Holocaust who...
American Federation of Teachers
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If the political turmoil roiling our country has you feeling a bit discouraged, you are not alone. Several of the articles in this issue of American...
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Adults constantly complain about screen time and their kiddos’ phone obsession; they also like to talk about how teens are incapable of relationships...
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Learning First Alliance
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Do you know how many students in your classroom have access to computers and other digital devices outside school, and how many have access to...
By Julie Stern Last week, the June issue of National Geographic arrived in my mailbox. Although the cover stories are always attention-catching, this...
By Tricia Baldes Rudine Sims Bishop, professor emerita of education at Ohio State University wrote, “Books are sometimes windows, offering views of...