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Staying Power
by Jenn Bergin

When shoppers walk into ACE Educational Supplies in Davie, Florida, an illuminated neon sign reads, “Kids learn best when they’re having fun.” The Art, Craft and Education superstore (ACE, get it?) recently celebrated its 41st year in business, proving that customers love all that the South Florida store has to offer. Read More

You Should Go to Atlanta

by Tina Manzer

There are two very powerful reasons to attend EDexpo, February 21 to 24. Read More

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Eight Ways to Overhaul Your Employee Evaluation System

March 2009

Performance reviews get a bad rap these days. Employees dread them, vacillating between cynical eye-rolls and desperate last-minute bids to suck up to the boss before review time. Managers see them as an obligation to plow through before they can mark one more task off their endless to-do lists. And ... [click here to read more]

Keeping Cursive in the Classroom
by Jenn Bergin

Since most kids can navigate an iPad before kindergarten, teaching them cursive when they’re already using a computer may seem silly. In fact, when Common Core State Standards were introduced in 2010, handwriting was a notable exception to the curriculum, leaving many to wonder if cursive has been lost to the keyboard. Well, not without a fight. Read More

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The Issue
by Kevin Fahy

Kevin Fahy

Across the Great Divide
The rich get richer.

I’ve heard that expression all my life, and it has always rung true. Why wouldn’t they? Whatever made them rich in the first place is likely to continue, and the money that piles up makes money as well.
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