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New Report on Youth Mental Health
posted by: Melissa | July 22, 2021, 03:27 pm   

This week, Mental Health America released a report on the condition of youth mental health in the United States. The report looked at the increasing levels of poor mental health among teens and the state of mental health education and other services in the nation’s schools.

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Summer Recommendations for Teachers
posted by: Tamia | July 19, 2021, 05:04 pm   

Summers for teachers provide a well-needed break from the constant hustle and bustle of a school year full of the many moving parts of teaching. Anxieties about the next task dwindle as the school year gives way to a time for rest and reflection.

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Introducing the Darrell & Suzanne Holmquist Student Teacher of the Year Award
posted by: Tamia | June 08, 2021, 01:56 pm   

The Association of American Educators has a long history of providing funds for educators just when they need them. We’re immensely proud of our Classroom Grant and Teacher Scholarship programs. Through them, we have been able to provide thousands of dollars each year to educators to spend on their professional development or on classroom supplies. Last year, we expanded that program to include our COVID-19 Relief Grants that helped teachers facing an uncertain school year to get the materials and training they needed. We’re ecstatic to announce that we are once again expanding our awards program.

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Resources for Taking Classroom Discussions to a New (Improved) Level
posted by: Melissa | April 29, 2021, 11:24 am   

This week, the President of the United States gave his annual address to a joint session of Congress and to the public. It’s sure to be controversial. These speeches, whether given by Democrat or Republican, regardless of its actual contents, are always controversial.

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The lasting influence of Beverly Cleary
posted by: Melissa | March 29, 2021, 02:32 pm   

My mother read Beezus and Ramona when she was a child. By the time I was in elementary school, I was firmly ensconced in the whole Ramona series. Decades later, when I entered the classroom, Dear Mr. Henshaw was considered a classic and part of the canon that every student read.

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