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May 8 - 12 is Teacher Appreciation Week! Watch as Education Week staff members share their memories of educators that have made a lasting impact.

Most undocumented students in the U.S. are protected under Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. But immigration arrests are now up by 33 percent nationwide, and many DACA recipients are uncertain about their future.

Education Week's Leaders to Learn From 2017 event was an enlightening day of presentations and panel discussions featuring some of our nation's most accomplished school leaders.

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Students in the veterinary science program at Monument Valley High School, located in Navajo Nation in northeast Arizona, get hands-on instruction that prepares them for college and careers.

What do educators need to know about using Open Educational Resources? Find out in this short explainer video.

Sesame Workshop has introduced Julia, a muppet with autism, to the world of Sesame Street. Watch as a clinical psychologist explains the top three ways teachers can support children like Julia in the classroom.

A new survey by the Brookings Institution asked foreign exchange students to assess the academic rigor of their U.S. schools. What were the results?



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