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How To Write A Hook In An Essay

In order to write a successful essay, you must start with a strong and interesting hook. A hook is a sentence that grabs the reader’s attention and makes them want to keep reading. There are many different types of hooks …

How To Title A Book In An Essay

When you are writing an essay, the title is one of the most important parts. It is the first thing that people see, and it can make or break a reader’s interest in your work. There are a few things …

The Interview: Harvard’s Karen Mapp On ESSA, Family Engagement, And How Schools And Communities Can Partner To Help Kids Succeed

The Interview: Harvard’s Karen Mapp on ESSA, Family Engagement, and How Schools and Communities Can Partner to Help Kids Succeed

The Every Student Succeeds Act has introduced a subtle change in connecting families with schools. The term "parental involvement" has …

The Week Ahead In Education Politics: Petitions To Protect DACA & Reinstate Net Neutrality As Congress Weighs School Safety, Data Privacy & More

The Week Ahead in Education Politics: Petitions to Protect DACA & Reinstate Net Neutrality as Congress Weighs School Safety, Data Privacy & More

The publication called "THIS WEEK IN EDUCATION POLITICS" is typically released on Saturdays. You can receive a …

Williams — Transparency, Accountability, Bipartisanship: How Colorado Built One Of America’s Strongest Charter School Sectors

Williams — Transparency, Accountability, Bipartisanship: How Colorado Built One of America’s Strongest Charter School Sectors

In February, the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools published its annual evaluation of state charter school laws, titled "Measuring Up to the Model: A …

New Data Suggest Pandemic May Not Just Be Leaving Low-Income Students Behind; It May Be Propelling Wealthier Ones Even Further Ahead

New Data Suggest Pandemic May Not Just Be Leaving Low-Income Students Behind; It May Be Propelling Wealthier Ones Even Further Ahead

New data suggests that the pandemic is not only leaving some students behind but also widening the gap between …

Rotherham: Even 1 School Shooting Is Too Many. But In Our Panic, We’re Missing A Far More Common Problem We Need To Solve

Rotherham: Even 1 School Shooting Is Too Many. But in Our Panic, We’re Missing a Far More Common Problem We Need to Solve

A fundamental principle of effective shooting is the need to maintain control over one’s breathing, concentration, and …

Interview: Two Former Governors, TN Republican Bill Haslam And DE Democrat Jack Markell, See A Bipartisan Path Forward On Schools, Standards & Prioritizing ‘Education Across The Aisle’

Interview: Two Former Governors, TN Republican Bill Haslam and DE Democrat Jack Markell, See a Bipartisan Path Forward on Schools, Standards & Prioritizing ‘Education Across the Aisle’

Peruse previous 74 Interviews: Democrats for Education Reform President Shavar Jeffries discussing the …

Cunningham: On School Segregation, Teachers Union President Randi Weingarten Is Projecting

Cunningham: On School Segregation, Teachers Union President Randi Weingarten Is Projecting

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One of the oldest tactics in politics is to deflect attention from one’s own flaws onto opponents. In a recent speech addressed to her colleagues, …

Ask The Doctor: With Delta Variant Rampant, How Can Parents Protect Young Kids From COVID This Summer And Fall?

Ask the Doctor: With Delta Variant Rampant, How Can Parents Protect Young Kids from COVID this Summer and Fall?

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If you are a parent of a child under …

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