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2017 Teacher Book Nook: Summer Reads

What's on your to-read list this summer? If you're a teacher, you probably have a stack of books you can't wait to start reading. Still, there's always room for more--right? Here are our top picks for your 2017 summer book nook.
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Imagine Learning Values: Be innovative and change our world

Imagine Learning’s second company value is to be innovative and change our world. We believe that to be a leader, we can never accept the status quo. We can never be comfortable. We are always pushing and exploring, developing and testing. We set goals that challenge us, because we know that by stretching to meet them, we’ll go farther than we ever expected. For us, being great today just isn’t good enough. We innovate to change our world. At Imagine Learning, our mission is to open doors of opportunity by teaching language and literacy to the children of the world. We want to change the world by giving students the language skills they need to succeed. How do we do that? By being innovative. But what does it mean to be innovative? This is the wall of iPads hanging in our production area. These iPads are running constantly to search out bugs in our product.
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The State of the Union address

Last night, President Obama addressed the nation in his State of the Union speech. In case you missed it, you can watch the speech in its entirety at the end of this post. Education is always an important issue for government, and President Obama talked about it extensively Tuesday night, emphasizing the need to invest in education and technology and return the United States to a place of global prominence when it comes to educating our citizens. We really enjoyed this Wordle created by Richard Byrne on the Free Technology for Teachers blog:
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