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Three students gathered around a table, one pointing at a small appliance
John Gamba explains how teachers can turn an idea for improving education into a business.
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By using pronouns thoughtfully, educators can make all students feel welcome and provide support for children who are gender nonconforming.
John D'Auria offers two strategies school leaders can use to turn conflict into open dialogue
Ebony Elizabeth Thomas picks the best books of 2017 for young readers
Penn GSE authors encourage educators to consciously acknowledge gender as a way to support and engage all students in the classroom
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Annie McKee offers advice for teachers on how to be happy in their work
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Janine Remillard and Caroline Brayer Ebby help math teachers create local math curriculum
Pam Grossman spurs a better whole classroom discussion
researchers from the Racial Empowerment Collaborative are talking race and the impact it can have on mental health
Eleni Miltaskaki explains how you can arm you students against fake news

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