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Betsy DeVos Confirmed as U.S. Education Secretary
Earlier today, Betsy DeVos was confirmed as the 11th Secretary of Education of the United States. DeVos, a billionaire philanthropist from Michigan and advocate of school choice, has been among the most controversial Trump administration cabinet nominees. 
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12 Creative Super Bowl Lesson Plans
This weekend marks the biggest Sunday in Football – the Super Bowl! Many creative teachers extract teachable moments from popular events like the Super Bowl to incorporate into their lessons.
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Wardrobe Essentials for Teachers
WeAreTeachers.com recently posted 24 Teacher Wardrobe Essentials From Modcloth, and we definitely think it’s worth checking out for some festive gear!
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Lessons Learned from Hogwarts Teachers
Attention all Harry Potter fans! Here’s a fun Friday topic for your pondering pleasure. In today’s world, most teachers undergo several formal teaching evaluations every year. Can you imagine what teaching evaluations in the world of Hogwarts might look like?
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The Teacher’s Voice is a Powerful Instrument
The teacher’s tone of voice is a powerful instrument. It sets the tone and environment for the entire classroom in terms of engagement, behavior, and rapport with students. 
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Source4Teachers CEO Kendley Davenport Named a 2017 Future 50 Award Winner
Kendley Davenport, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Source4Teachers, has been named a recipient of the 2017 Future 50 Awards by Philadelphia SmartCEO. The program recognizes the 50 fastest-growing mid-sized companies in the Greater Philadelphia Area as demonstrated by a combined three-year average of revenue and employee growth.
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Dispatch from Outgoing U.S. Education Secretary, John B. King Jr.
Yesterday, Education Week released a dispatch from John B. King Jr., the outgoing U.S. Secretary of Education. No matter your personal political views or how you feel about how King performed in his short time holding this office, we thought his message was full of hope and inspiration for the future of education.
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Safety Tips for Inclement Weather
Winter is here – bringing snow, sleet, school closings, car accidents, and slip‐and‐falls! While we hope for a mild winter, we want to make sure you are prepared for whatever the season may bring. Before you head out in the cold, here are some helpful tips to get you safely to your destination: 
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Martin Luther King Jr. Lessons
With Martin Luther King Jr. Day right around the corner, we wanted to share this article we found on Education World’s website: Martin Luther King, Jr. Teaches Many Lessons. 
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