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#4 Blog of 2018 By Julie Stern Last week, the June issue of National Geographic arrived in my mailbox. Although the cover stories are always...
By Tricia Baldes Rudine Sims Bishop, professor emerita of education at Ohio State University wrote, “Books are sometimes windows, offering views of...
#3 Blog of 2018 Not all of us are lucky enough to fall in love with reading at an early age or to sustain that love through adolescence. But nearly...
By Jess Burnquist Current events in our nation are sounding alarms and reminder bells as to why we need to teach the Holocaust. On Holocaust...

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By Deborah Batiste, project director, Echoes...
Facing History and Ourselves
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By Michael Berenbaum, director of the Sigi Ziering Institute and member of Facing History's academic advisory board In April, the New York Times...
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Amber Chandler
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I don’t know about you, but I love stories about authors. I think that when I get a little tidbit about them that I somehow know them, which enhances...
American Federation of Teachers
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This post originally appeared in the American Educator Spring 2018 The struggle is real. Summer learning loss, or the “summer slide,” creates a need...
Learning First Alliance
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#12 Blog of 2018 By Richard M. Long, executive director, Learning First Alliance Looking out into a classroom full of kids—some alive with curiosity...
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Julie Stern
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This blog is Part III of a series on early childhood . People who can self-regulate big emotions and connect well with their peers are more...