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Response: ‘Fear’ Should not Stop us From Exploring ‘Controversial’ Topics in School – Classroom Q&A With Larry Ferlazzo – Education Week Teacher

Gabriella Corales, Tom Rademacher, Martha Caldwell, Oman Frame, Danny Woo, Paul Barnwell, Kathleen Neagle Sokolowski share their responses to the question: “How do you handle controversial issues in the classroom?”

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5 Reasons Principals Should Be Coached – Finding Common Ground – Education Week

If coaching is beneficial to teachers, it should be beneficial to principals as well, and there are at least five reasons why.

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Chinese hackers ‘targeted US aircraft carrier patrolling in South China Sea’ as legal battle raged over who should control the waters

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Chinese hackers ‘targeted US aircraft carrier patrolling in South China Sea’ as legal battle raged over who should control the waters

Chinese hackers tried to steal information from a US aircraft carrier patrolling in the South China Sea when the country was under pressure to withdraw its claim over the waters.
USS Ronald Reagan, a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, was on patrol

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‘Halloweentown’ Isn’t Just A Classic Disney Movie — It’s A Real Place You Should Visit

Come October, everyone starts squealing about how utterly obsessed they are with Halloween. But we assure you, no one is as dedicated to the spooky holiday as the quaint town of St. Helens, Oregon

The riverside city was used as the backdrop for Disney’s “Halloweentown” ― the iconic 1998 kids flick about a young witch who, with the help of her grandmother, saves a town of ghouls, ghosts and goblins who all live together in harmony.

The people of St. Helens decided that the supernatural town didn’t have to end with the 90s. Now, the townspeople come together every October to transform St.

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The 5 Questions That Parents Of College Students Should Ask

The transition from home to college can be exciting as well as rocky for you and your college student child. So much is unfamiliar and unknown for both generations.

For parents, this transition means defining a whole different structure for your lives now that you no longer need to offer homework help or three square meals a day. For college students, it means creating everything from scratch in a brand-new place: residence, roommates, friends, higher academic requirements, and for many, figuring out how to combine school and a job. Freshman year can be the most challenging — more students drop out their first year of college than in any that follows — as new students try to adjust to all the unknowns of campus life.

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The H Factor – Why you should be building “human firewalls”

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The H Factor – Why you should be building “human firewalls”

It is often the illusive “H Factor” – the human element – that ends up being the weakest link that makes cyber-attacks and data breaches possible.
It is often the illusive “H Factor” – the human element – that ends

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10 Websites All Kids Should Bookmark

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Schools hacked in international attack should check computers for child porn

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Schools hacked in international attack should check computers for child porn

A recent global hacking episode could have seen child pornography deposited on school computers. Thirty-six schools – five in the Waikato – were hacked in a global operation that saw passwords and other entry methods to 70,000 servers sold on the black market. Hamilton’s Deanwell school is one of those and is seeking advice from […]

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This Is What A Clean, Healthy Pool Should Actually Smell Like

The Question: Do I really have to shower before I go swimming?

The Answer: That sign in the locker room is not a mere suggestion. While very few of us would skip a post-swim shower (got to get that icky chlorine off!), we should probably follow the pre-swim rules with a little more vigor.

“If we don’t shower before we get in the water, we’re going to carry in whatever’s sitting on our skin,” says Michele Hlavsa, RN, MPH, an epidemiologist and the chief of Read More

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Social Media Apps Parents Should Know About

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