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November 2019

In the aftermath of World War I, and with one-room schools still in existence, two organizations made an unlikely pairing to promote public support for education.

Alarmed that 25 percent of the country’s WWI draftees were illiterate, the NEA and the American Legion passed resolutions at their respective conventions in 1919 advocating for a national effort to raise public awareness about the importance of education. Two years later, American Education Week was born.

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Learning Lessons: Schoolwide Mobile Makerspace

Finding creative new ways to engage kids in learning is one of teaching’s toughest challenges. Making it work for multiple classrooms across an entire school is tougher still. But that’s just what Katie Waddell, a second-grade teacher in the General McLane School District, Erie County, has accomplished with her Schoolwide Mobile Makerspace program.