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Trying to Lay Low

It isn’t easy to teach the history of decriminalization of homosexuality in Canada. We interviewed three gay men who were there and remember what it was like.

Hunger Pangs: Food Insecurity in Schools

This past summer, the Wyoming Valley West School District in Pennsylvania sent home an alarming letter to parents. If they didn’t pay off their kids’ school lunch debt ...

Password Management in the Classroom

Before Emilie Ritchen Elementary School in Oxnard, California adopted one-to-one digital devices, it was chaos. Multiple apps on multiple machines meant kids were always ...

Suspending Suspensions

Briana Robinson is no big fan of suspension as a disciplinary tool. “They come to school to learn and I want them to be in school as much as possible. When a student is ...

Learning with Podcasts

Podcasts are increasingly popular: One-third of Americans say they’ve listened to one in the past month, according to Reuters Institute’s latest Digital News Report. Educators ...

Helping Kids With Dyslexia

Originally published in TEACH Magazine July/August 2018 By Adam Stone A reading clinician and English as an Additional Language teacher in Western School Division, Southwest ...

Math Scores: Why Is This A Problem?

There are indications that student math scores are slipping. While the picture isn’t entirely clear, and while the situation is far from calamitous, it’s evident that