What Teachers Read in March

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Here are the top 10 stories teachers read this month, based on clicks from one of our most popular newsletters, The Teachers Edition.

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Dorothy Amatucci is a Digital Engagement Strategist at the U.S. Department of Education.

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  1. We (4 Middle School teachers) teach in high poverty, high minority, low education Warrenton, North Carolina. We created desks mat filled with basic academic information that provide our students with directed information immediately. We have transformed our plain desks to learning platforms. We call the desk MESS-E (Math-English-Science-Social Studies-Everything else) Learning Mats. The mats are providing our students with knowledge that they had forgotten or were never taught. They are amazing resources since the introduction of common core. The students love them. We want to share them with the world but we do not know how. Where can we share this with the government so that everyone has the ability to get these learning mats for their classroom?
    Please check our website for more details. mess-emats.com

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