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Creating a Buzz
by Jenn Bergin

School House in Green Bay is Wisconsin’s largest educational retailer, and recently it celebrated its 40th year in business. “Back in 1975, if you could even find products for your classroom, they were only available from a mail-order catalog,” explains Tom Sieber, whose parents, John and Sally, founded the business. “They wanted to offer local teachers the opportunity to see things before they bought them, and that philosophy remains central to our business model. It’s gotten us where we are today.” Read More

by Tina Manzer

1. Pinning

In 2013, when more than a half-million education-related ideas were being “pinned” on Pinterest each day, the online bulletin board launched the hub Teachers on Pinterest. That same year, it was ranked among the top five professional websites for teachers, according to the results of a survey by Edutopia. Today, teachers from around the world turn to Pinterest to find free or inexpensive ideas on everything from fun math exercises to journal prompts. Read More

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Today I have a "stew" of tips and advice for you, from planning your website to the latest scams. The meat According to the article "Do you have a content plan?" by Jim Daniels, the thing that "drives the Web" is content. You can read the article for yourself at SiteProNews.c ... [click here to read more]

by Tina Manzer

Manufacturing expert Steve Swain spends time listening closely to educators. As president of Harebrain Inc., his goal is to identify challenges that help spark development of new and innovative products, and then take them to market. The WhisperPhone line of acoustical voice-feedback devices is among them. These sleek tools help kids learn to read. Read More

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The Issue
by Kevin Fahy

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We’re number one! Wait a minute, we’re not?

Throughout our entire lifetimes, and those of our parents and grandparents, the economy of the United States has been far and away the largest in the world. According to a flurry of news stories earlier this year, that situation may have changed. Read More

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