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Secondary Resources for Teachers
Professional Organizations support teachers in their practice through mentoring, professional development, networking, jobs and scholarships. Many organization offer professional development through courses, publications, workshops, and information on their websites. They also keep members up to date on industry trends and how to deal with them.
Teaching the Core
To help teachers implement the core standards in thoughtful ways, the following resources are available to use in the classroom.
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