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Check out what's been going on at ASCD: Why having parent-teacher conferences with ELL families is important to helping the student succeed. To be genuine with...

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Check out the most recent items from ASCD: See what three PD lessons are key to success, according to Glenda Horner. Ryan Thomas blogs about several...

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Here are some recent items from ASCD: Change comes to everyone. The question is, when it comes, will you walk through the back door –...

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Here are some recent items from ASCD: Learn about cyberbullying and what educators must do to help curb it in schools in the latest Policy...

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Here are some recent items from ASCD: The online-only edition of Policy Priorities looks at what states are doing to eliminate cyberbullying in schools. Join ASCD's Policy Director...

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Here are some recent items from ASCD: Are students truly prepared for college and careers after finishing school? The latest Policy Priorities looks at whether students...

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Check out what's been happening at ASCD: Assessing teacher performance on the basis of a standardized test makes no sense, says Tom Whitby.  There are...

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What's been happening at ASCD? Here's a list of highlights from the organization: Designed for use in schools and school systems around the world—and ideal...

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Read about what's been going on at ASCD recently: Education Update looks at the benefits of teaching students financial literacy, so they know how to handle...

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