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Read about what's been happening at ASCD: There are numerous science fiction books that appeal to girls that teachers can use to encourage them to...

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Here are some updates and news from ASCD: Every educator has a leadership role in making sure students learn, says Steven Weber. The August 1 deadline...

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Here are some new things happening around ASCD: Former Outstanding Young Educator Award winner Brad Kuntz writes about designing an all-encompassing system of interventions in...

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Here's the latest from ASCD: If you use walk-throughs, Robyn Jackson says to try  micro-slicing  -- using short 5-7 minute observations of instruction-- as a...

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Check out what's new at ASCD: Did you miss Summer Conference? Read about what the speakers were discussing on our Conference Daily page. Whole Child blogger Klea...

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Check in with ASCD to see what's new with the organization: ASCD's Summer Conference begins Sunday. Read Conference Daily to catch up on the latest...

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Missed what's new at ASCD? Here are some highlights: ASCD's Summer Conference is right around the corner. Learn about sessions and how to register for...

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Check out the weekly rundown of what's been happening around ASCD: Enjoy free shipping on ASCD products throughout the month of June on orders over...

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Check out what is new at ASCD: Educator Mark Barnes says that school officials need 21st century assessments. Our new PD course helps educators teach with poverty...

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