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Re-imagined, Renamed

by Tina Manzer

Just a few short months after it presented a reinvented and well-attended school furniture and equipment conference, NSSEA is brings you a reimagined Ed Expo. And by now you know that the association has been renamed – Education Market Association, EDmarket for short – to represent the expanding scope of the markets it supports. Read More

10 Ideas to Shake Up Your Store

by Daniel Despain, The Learning Bug

Every year we have an Invitation-Only Sale for our best customers. This year we invited schools, too. Some came with wish lists from all their teachers. Those individuals spent a lot more than a single shopper would on a normal day. Read More

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Parents Can Get More Bang for Their Books

July 2010

According to a 20-year study led by associate professor of sociology and resource economics Mariah Evans, University of Nevada, Reno, it doesn’t matter if parents are rich or poor, residents of the United States or China, illiterate or college graduates. If they have books in their home, they will ... [click here to read more]

There’s No Place Like Homeschool

by Alyssa LaFaro

“Homeschooling is probably the fastest-growing form of education in the United States,” states Brian D. Ray, Ph.D., founder of the National Home Education Research Institute. According to his data, the number of homeschooled children has grown between 2 and 8 percent each year since 1999 for a total of 2.2 million kids today. Read More

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by Kevin Fahy

Kevin Fahy

The Name Game

“What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” It’s one of the best known lines from all of English literature, but perhaps not the most thoroughly understood. It was spoken by Juliet to Romeo in reference to his surname, which came from a family which was engaged in a violent feud with her own. Read More

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