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These professional development webinars are available on demand, for free. These webinars feature classroom-focused solutions and social emotional learning strategies from well-respected organizations like Listenwise, Morningside Center for Teaching Social Responsibility, NBC News Education Nation / Parent Toolkit and Randy Sprick's Safe and Civil Schools.

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Need some strategies to help improve your classroom climate and and build students' social awareness and self-awareness? Check out our favorite on-demand webinars covering social-emotional learning strategies.

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Share Me Lesson presents an on demand series of webinars covering standards and assessments. We cover Share My Lesson's new state and national standards tool, alignment guidance for ELA and math with the Common Core, how to incorporate the Next Generation of Science Standards into your classroom, and learn about an exciting new tool for classroom assessments.

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Available on demand, for free:  Explore webinars focused on schoolwide resources on student health and well-being featuring thought leaders from organizations like Colorin Colorado, Futures without Violence, Morningside Center for Teaching Social Responsibility, NBC News and Safe and Civil Schools.

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We have thoughtfully curated lesson plans and accredited professional development programs available for free to help you prepare for a successful new year.

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These professional development webinars are available on demand, for free. From English Language Arts, to STEM, to social studies, we have topics for every teacher.

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This collection represents education resources that address the four pillars of successful schools. It has a range of K-12 resources designed to support both new and veteran teachers alike. Find lesson plans, activities, webinars and blogs to create welcoming neighborhood schools.

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Find new ways to teach your students about the meaning of Veterans Day, Nov. 11. Share My Lesson's collection of free, vetted K-12 resources and activities has new ideas, including how to turn this holiday into a community action day and a helpful toolkit for children of military families.

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On August 6, 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Voting Rights Act into law. This landmark piece of legislation made discrimination based on race illegal. This law protected the right to vote for all citizens; forced states to obey the Constitution; and reinforced the 15th Amendment. The Act includes provisions to regulate elections. Congress subsequently amended the Act to expand its protections. And in 1971, the 26th Amendment was passed, changing the voting age to 18 years of age or older.

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