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March 21-23, 2015
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2015 ASCD Annual Conference and Exhibit Show

70th ASCD Annual Conference and Exhibit Show

March 21–23, 2015, Houston, Tex.

Discover new ideas and practical strategies that deliver real results for students.

 

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Social media, cell phones, and other means of technology have opened new gateways for students to be harassed, bullied, and intimidated by their peers. This digital issue of Policy Priorities addresses cyberbullying, how it affects students, and what policies and prevention tools are available to help curb this new form of bullying that can cause extreme mental anguish and harm to students. Read how educator, policymakers, and the community can help stop cyberbullying.

 

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ASCD's policy newsletter, Policy Priorities, reflects the purpose of this quarterly policy publication, which is to provide background and context for critical, timely education policy issues.

Administrators, teachers, families, policymakers, journalists, and others read Policy Priorities to better inform the decisions they make and the work they do.

Policy Priorities is published four times each year. Copies are mailed to all ASCD Premium members, and all other members have online access. 

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Career Readiness: Bridging the Gap Between Education and Workforce Preparation

For generations, students in the United States prepared for either college or a vocation. But a new vision is gaining traction—a vision that aims to prepare students for postsecondary learning and careers. Employment data indicate a growing need for a better educated and highly skilled workforce. While some parts of the country are responding by aligning education systems and career supports for students, there is still an uneven focus on college preparation over career preparation throughout much of the country.

 

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