First draft: Crafting your initial outline

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Editor's Note: First Draft is a monthly blog series that breaks down the book writing process. Written by the ASCD Book Acquisitions Editors, this...

Teaching students math fact fluency

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Much of what we know about teaching students math facts is wrong. Timed tests are the primary culprit. Authors Jennifer Bay-Williams and Gina Kling...

Building resilient schools: A conversation with Brian Pete

As we approach the Conference on Teaching Excellence in Orlando, Florida June 25 to 27, ASCD asked conference presenters to answer questions about their...

First draft: Defining your hook

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Editor's Note: First Draft is a monthly blog series that breaks down the book writing process. Written by the ASCD Book Acquisitions Editors, this...

Resources for talking to students about politics, civic engagement, and uncertainty

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In these challenging times, we are committed to leaning into our mission to serve as a resource to all educators.

ASCD statement on death of Deborah Childs-Bowen

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Contact: Alexa Epitropoulos, alexa.epitropoulos@ascd.org ALEXANDRIA, VA — ASCD is saddened to announce the passing of longtime faculty member and author Deborah Childs-Bowen.    For more than 15 years, Childs-Bowen was an integral...

Six takeaways from ASCD’s Brown v. Board panel

By Alexa Epitropoulos It’s been 65 years since the Supreme Court’s landmark Brown v. Board decision, but, by many measures, America’s schools are still segregated. ASCD’s event on...

When not to hang in

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By Jeffrey Benson I wrote Hanging In: Strategies for Teaching the Students Who Challenge Us Most (ASCD, 2014), because far too many students with disabilities...

Building resilient schools: A conversation with Vernita Mayfield

As we approach the Conference on Teaching Excellence in Orlando, Florida June 25 to 27, ASCD asked conference presenters to answer questions about their...

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