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Igniting Ideas in Atoka
by Jenn Bergin

Everyone in the small town of Atoka, Tennessee, knows Kindle Willis – she’s spent her entire life in the rural community. Kindle went to high school just down the road and now owns The Neighborhood Tutor, which offers educational supplies and tutoring services to the local community. Read More

by Tina Manzer

If primary and elementary school teachers have been heading to your store in waves to buy STEM resources, it’s no wonder. Since 2008, when a report by the Congressional Research Service ranked the U.S. 28th worldwide in math literacy, and 24th in science, business leaders, politicians and educators have been beating the drum for ways to bring more STEM learning into today’s classrooms. Read More

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You Need a Vacation

July 2008

While the onset of summer signifies the start of the vacation season for many Americans, school supply dealers are heading into the busiest time of year. However, if you have school-age children, this may be the only time of year for you to get away. Do you take advantage of their time off from scho ... [click here to read more]

Tech, STEM and Common Core Power 2015 Prize Winners
article by Tina Manzer, photos by Kate Awtrey

Last year’s Eddy Award winners seemed to reflect a hankering for classic learning tools. Among the voters’ favorites were manipulatives for kindergarteners, a felt board set of a well-loved children’s story, and the simple dice games from TENZI. This year’s winners reflect the big influence Common Core, tech and STEM are having on learning products, even the ones for our youngest students. Selected by votes cast by attendees at EDexpo in Atlanta, here are the Eddy Award winners, recognizing the industry’s best new products.
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The Issue
by Kevin Fahy

Kevin Fahy

When I was a teenager, one of my sisters set me up on a blind date. Back then, long before cell phones and social networks, people did weird things like that.

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