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August 28, 2016 in Featured, What's New

Featured Resources – August 2016

Words to Live By By Linda J. Gilden and Dalene V. Parker This devotional co-authored by CEAI member Dalene Parker takes 52 Words and shares thought provoking stories that inspire.…
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March 15, 2017 in Government and Politics, What's New

Washington Education Watch, March 2017

While education may not be getting the same level of media attention as proposed health care changes, there are plenty of changes occurring in education too: President Trump renewed his…
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May 2, 2018 in Government and Politics, What's New

Washington Education Watch, April 2018

National Reports Confirm What Teachers Know About Discipline Experienced teachers find deep satisfaction in teaching classes where the students work collaboratively with each other and the teacher to learn the…
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November 27, 2019 in Featured, Government and Politics, What's New

Washington Education Watch, November, 2019

Attorney General Barr Engages in The Battle for The Faith of Our Students By John Mitchell While you may have heard that Attorney General William Barr delivered a noteworthy speech…
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August 28, 2016 in Featured, What's New

Featured Education News August 2016

Five Questions New Teachers Should Ask (and Schools Should Be Able to Answer) - By Cristie Watson My first year as a teacher began with a three-day new-teacher training that was essentially…
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