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Spring cleaning can be cumbersome - there’s a lot of places where dust can settle over winter. Deep cleaning is the only solution!

A federal district judge holds that the requirement that girls wear skirts and may not wear shorts or pants violates the U.S. Constitution's equal-protection clause.

"Thinking of our queer, trans, and questioning students, as well as our students of color and multiracial students, I wanted to pass on a message of affirmation: Believe that people are who they say they are, and celebrate it," writes Sam Long.

The new question-of-the-week is: What are effective ways to use tech in science classes?

This is the third year that the Trump administration has proposed big K-12 cuts. And, for two years, lawmakers rejected them, even Republicans controlled both houses of Congress.

President Donald Trump reversed himself on a budget proposal to cut nearly $18 million in federal funding for the Special Olympics.

Learn how a two-step screening process will help you address dyslexia and other literacy challenges. On-demand webinar with Dr. Denise Gibbs.

Teaching with a socially conscious lens is not easy, nor does it happen overnight. There are some small steps you can take, though, to move you in the right direction.

Lynette Guastaferro is the CEO of Teaching Matters, which currently serves 237 urban schools. I recently talked with Lynette about the subsidiary program Early Reading Matters and efforts to improve how we teach reading skills.

The universe is full of questions waiting to be solved. So why teach science like all the discoveries have already been made? asks Alexander Bell.

Jenny Edwards, Dr. Beth Gotcher, Sherri Wilson, Katy Ridnouer, Ryan Huels, Tara Brown, and Sarah Thomas share their reflections on parent-teacher conferences.