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Education

Local District Goes to Police for Kindergartner With Down Syndrome Who Said 'I Shoot You'

Tredyffrin-Easttown officials acknowledge she meant no harm, the girl's mother says, but that its policy required them to contact police.

Montessori for the Very Young

Montessori classrooms and teachers are accepting younger students, from toddlers to babies.

You Can't Judge a Book By Its Cover...If There Is No Cover

At cyber schools, the pressure that often comes with the superficial nature of appearance and first impressions is removed

Why hip-hop belongs in today's classrooms

As America's most popular genre of music, hip-hop is being used by teachers to teach everything from math to Shakespeare.

Help Kids Spot Fake News

You can help them distinguish between trustworthy news sources and bogus clickbait.

Kids Are the Future of Agriculture

Potential career choices for children interested in the agriculture and food industry.

Is Your Child Struggling? It May Not Be Their Fault

In many cases, a student is not to blame when they are struggling in school.

3 Lessons for Today's Teachers and Students From Coach Vince Lombardi

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