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Ask any child what his or her favorite subject is in school, and most will say recess. Yet a recent Gallup...

source: By: Suzanne Mason

Ask teachers what they wish they had more time to dedicate to in their job, and better communication with...

source: By: Brian Stack

Researchers seeking alternatives to the use of drugs to treat ADHD in children are taking a closer look at exercise as a prescription. A recent study found regular, half-hour sessions of aerobic activity before school helped young children with symptoms of attention deficit...

source: The Wall Street Journal

When Liz Woody's son Mason was in third grade, he struggled to read basic words. After Woody moved Mason to a specialized school, she set out to transform techniques to reach struggling readers. John Tulenko of Learning Matters has the story.

source: PBS Newshour

At one time many public schools gave students time to read books of their own choosing, an activity based on the common-sense theory that kids will read what interests them, and that kids who can choose what they read will learn to enjoying reading, and, hence, read more....

source: The Washington Post (commentary)

The new school year provides opportunities to implement fresh learning strategies in the classroom. Some students might struggle getting back into the rhythm of the school year, and others might experience long-term challenges. To address these needs, consider developing...

source: eSchool News

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