In-class pets provide emotional and academic benefits

(District of Columbia) A survey of teachers across the U. S. and Canada shows having a pet in the classroom can help teach students empathy, respect and responsibility for living things, and boost leadership skills.

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Building a tool to define ‘adequately-funded’ education

(Calif.) California’s second-largest school district is almost ready to answer a question that has prompted legal challenges across the nation: How much money translates to an adequately-funded student education?

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