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Our Latest GOOD Guide: Learn About What Works in the Classroom

Through video and interviews, hear from some of the brightest and most innovative teachers about how student achievement is changing in the classroom.


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Every day, teachers across America are finding new and engaging ways to reach kids. In the GOOD Guide to Great Teaching, we're spotlighting six inspiring teachers who are on the front lines, fighting for their students (and sometimes against public perception), to make sure they share one of the most important gifts we can pass along to our children—knowledge.


Find out what's really happening with students today and how, despite major challenges, outstanding teachers are finding new and exciting ways to inspire learning for life.

Start watching videos and reading interviews from the GOOD Guide to Great Teaching now.

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The head of the 1,100-member Federal Judges Association on Monday called an emergency meeting amid concerns over President Donald Trump and Attorney General William Barr's use of the power of the Justice Department for political purposes, such as protecting a long-time friend and confidant of the president.

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Two people had the nerve to laugh and smirk at a DUI murder sentencing in Judge Qiana Lillard's courtroom and she took swift action.

Lillard heard giggles coming from the family of Amanda Kosal, 25, who admitted to being drunk when she slammed into an SUV, killing Jerome Zirker, 31, and severely injuring his fiance, Brittany Johnson, 31.

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