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Here's what has been happening around ASCD lately: Up your game in the off-season; check out ASCD's recommended summer reading list. Robyn Jackson offers advice on what to...

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Check out the latest from ASCD: Educational Leadership is looking for submissions from educators about the first time they recall their feedback having a strong influence...

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Here's what new at ASCD: Check out ASCD's PD Online training courses on topics that range from differentiated instruction to common core standards. ASCD EDge contibutor,...

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See what's been happening around ASCD this week: The latest Capitol Connection has stories on career education, accelerated learning, and more on policy-related educational issues. Education...

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Read the latest news from ASCD: This year's Whole Child Virtual Conference will be held May3-11. Learn more about the conference and how to sign...

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Check out what's been going on at ASCD: Sandra Alberti discusses Common Core State Standards in ASCD's Annual Report, but you can participate in her...

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Here's what's been going on recently at ASCD: Educational Leadership looks at what it takes for people to be ready to become a productive member...

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Here are a few updates from ASCD: The latest issue of ASCD Express looks at ways schools can promote a whole child education. School administrator Glenda...

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Check out what has been going on at ASCD: Whether you are there or not, you can still stream sessions and read Conference Daily to...

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