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There's something spectacular about our vernacular

How can schools help children learn English when the students are not even fluent in their native tongue?
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Limited-English proficiency is growing—especially here in the U.S.

Even though English is the most widely spoken language in the United States, growing populations with limited-English-language skills are presenting challenges—and opportunities—for educators everywhere.
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Sumthng 2 thnk abt: Duz txting hurt yr studntz gramr?

It's a scary thought for teachers: more students in classrooms are glued to their smartphones than ever before. Which means that text speak is infiltrating everything. And this is nothing to LOL about.
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A day to recognize our modern-day pioneers: teachers

Every July, we set aside a day to celebrate our pioneer history in Utah. We recognize the early settlers who braved their way across the plains and established our state. And today at Imagine Learning, we'd like to celebrate a different kind of pioneer; the sometimes unsung hero in the classroom: the teacher.
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Dream up the next big thing

Throughout this past school year, you've been working hard with your students to help them identify what their dreams are—and how they can achieve them. Now it's time to take a step back and focus on yourself with this fun, inspiring assignment.
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