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The Newspaper in Education program encourages: ideas, critical thinking skills, and lifelong reading habits.
Click here to see a PowerPoint presentation illustrating how to use an electronic edition in your classroom. The presentation has examples and screen prints from the Anchorage Daily News electronic edition to help you become familiar with this exciting new learning tool. Questions and Answers about the new Anchorage Daily News e-Edition can be found here.
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The Teacher's Corner - Teacher Resources and Lesson Plans.
RIF is the nation's largest children's literacy organization! Find advice, articles and booklists.
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The Alaska Historical Socity is a non-profit, volunteer-based organization dedicated to the promotion of Alaska history.
edHelper.com was created by a team of teachers and is dedicated to providing teachers a single shop for educational resources.
U.S. Department of Education – Promoting educational excellence for all Americans.
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TeacherVision is dedicated to helping teachers save time. Find 17,500 pages of classroom-ready lesson plans, printables, and resources.
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