Students Report Less Crime, Feeling Safer at School – Education Week

Reports of student victimization at public schools continue long pattern of decline while students’ fear of harm at school also drops.

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Slammin’ Poetry: High School Arts Integration Lesson

Overview: In this high school arts integration lesson, students are pairing the 5 elements found in slam poetry for creating rhythm with the elements of theater to create a slam poetry performance. Content Areas: Writing […]

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Wis. Police Kill Gunman Outside School Prom – Education Week

Police seized spent ammunition, a gun sling, and journals from the home of an 18-year-old who opened fire on students at a prom at his former school in northern Wisconsin before being fatally shot by an officer, court records show

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Dissolving Subjects, Beautiful Results

Right now, my class is working on duet poems using the book Joyful Noise: Poems for Two Voices. I’ve written on this topic before, but I am currently working on it with a new group […]

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This Behavior Is The #1 Predictor Of Divorce, And You’re Guilty Of It

Ever catch yourself rolling your eyes at your partner or getting a little too sarcastic during a conversation? Those seemingly small behaviors are not that innocent after all. 

According to renowned researcher John Gottman, contemptuous behavior like eye-rolling, sarcasm and name-calling is the number one predictor of divorce.

For 40 years, the University of Washington psychology professor and his team at the Gottman Institute have studied couples’ interactions to determine the key predictors of divorce — or as Gottman calls them, “the four horsemen of the apocalypse.” 

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Government Will Regulate E-Cigarettes and Hookahs

Last week, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that all tobacco products—including e-cigarettes, cigars, nicotine gels, hookah tobacco, and pipe tobacco—will soon be regulated just like regular cigarettes. These products will now be banned for anyone under age 18, their ingredients will be regulated, and their outer packaging must carry health warnings. While teens have been shunning cigarettes, e-cigarette and flavored tobacco use are way up among young people.

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State hiring army of social workers to fight school bullying – Education Week

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Week 12: Viewing Jazz & Hip Hop Dance

**FREE LESSON PLAN DOWNLOAD INCLUDED BELOW** Welcome to The Art of Curriculum Design. In this six month series we are exploring the why and how of curriculum design via an Arts Appreciation course created through […]

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The Privilege of Maternity Leave: What the NICU Taught Me

I’ve always been a planner — building spreadsheets and crossing items off my to-do list. So when I became pregnant, I naturally sought to plan every last detail so that I would be fully prepared by the time the baby arrived. I gathered lists of friends’ product recommendations, bought every parenting book, and signed up for birthing classes for a month before my due date.

I thought I was perfectly prepared. And then my water broke at 33 weeks, and my whole life changed.

My daughter spent the first four weeks of her life in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Mt.

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A Parent By Any Other Name

Today is Mother’s Day, which has me thinking about the many ways of being a mother in today’s world, and about the concept of a “parenting identity” — which may or may not correspond with one’s gender identity.

Mothers traditionally are female — but mothers today include transgender men who had children before transitioning and may still think of themselves as mothers, as well as transgender women with children who may have taken on the title of mother in accordance with their gender identity. They may include masculine-of-center lesbian women, along with genderqueer and intersex people who do not identify as strictly male or female, but somehow feel drawn to the amalgam of qualities and actions our society typically associates with mothers.

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