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Campaigns to improve the quality of women's primary education and to ensure their access to schools of higher learning were among some of the first reform efforts undertaken by women. Great debates raged as to the amount and content of schooling women should receive.

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1. This week's poll explores ways general and special educators in the TT community collaborate in their schools.

Teaching from Objects and Stories Learning about the Bering Sea Eskimo People

Killing of Fla. Teen Sheds Light on State's 'Stand Your Ground' Law After the release of 911 calls, demonstrators gathered in Sanford, Fla. Monday to demand the arrest of the neighborhood watch member who shot Trayvon Martin, an unarmed black teenager. Ray Suarez and The Miami Herald's Frances Robles discuss why a Florida law could make filing charges against the shooter more difficult.

Pocket Guide Makes It Easy to Speak Up-Submitted by Teaching Tolerance Staff on September 11, 2012 Keywords: Stereotypes and bias Bullying and exclusion Teaching Tolerance designed a new guide, Speak Up at School, to give educators the tools to help students and themselves turn from bystanders to upstanders by responding to biased remarks from peers, parents or even administrators. Preparation is key—but sometimes even the most prepared person draws a blank when confronte...

Poverty and Politics: How Strong Is Safety Net for Poor Americans? Presidential candidates have loaded recent stump speeches with references to wealth, taxes and "the very poor." Jeffrey Brown explores the role of poverty this election year with Lawrence Mead of New York University, Angela Glover Blackwell of the advocacy group PolicyLink and Barbara Perry of the University of Virginia.

Facing History Partners with DonorsChoose.org and Bully Project

This issue suggests a number of activities (varying in length, content and difficulty) that use the Yellow Pages as a resource. The activities are in subjects as diverse as history, math, writing, consumer education, art, career awareness, library skills, and map reading. A bilingual pull-out page is included.

GAME-BASED LEARNING Serious game, game for change 10 Online Games with Social Purposes(0) July 10, 2012 Game designer Jane McGonigal firmly believes that video games are not just about mashing buttons and getting to the next level.

Mix It Up Schools Plan to participate in National Mix It Up at Lunch Day on Oct. 30, 2012. Add your school to the Mix It Up Map! Zoom in on the map to see which schools are participating. Number of schools committed to Mix It Up at Lunch Day: 2148

Women Fight for Peace Women's Movements Around the World

About RACE: A Public Education Project RACE ProjectRace is a small but powerful word. Race shapes how one sees and is seen by others. Yet, many people poorly understand what race is and isn't.

Many Latinos have immigrated to the United States. Whether their experiences are told firsthand or handed down from parents and grandparents, they seek to communicate the importance of their journeys and their culture. Powerful, provocative, and contemplative, the Latino artists featured here speak through their artworks.

This issue invites educators and their students to “visit” India, learning about its culture and the lives of Indian children. Information given touches on subjects such as geography and Indian folk tales.

Women's History Examine print materials, photographs, and webcasts presenting women’s sometimes-overlooked contributions to history; learn about women as diverse as Jane Addams, Dorothea Lange, Amelia Earhart, Rosa Parks, Harriet Tubman and Zora Neale Hurston.

Law Library of Congress The Civil Rights Act of 1964 is generally perceived as having granted women more freedom in the workplace and a right to expect equal treatment.73 Despite glass ceilings and other impediments, the passage of this act was a major legal victory. It was the cumulation of several struggles that began early in United States history.