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T.H.E. Journal Goes Totally Digital August 20!

  • Attention, print and digital subscribers to T.H.E. Journal magazine: Look for an e-mail message on Aug. 20 with a link that will lead you to an all-new online, multimedia T.H.E. Journal! This new interactive version of the magazine will replace the current print and digital editions. We will continue to carry all the quality features, columns, and news stories you've come to expect from T.H.E. Journal while offering you more dynamic and immersive content. To learn more about why T.H.E. Journal is taking this important next step in its history, watch T.H.E. Journal Editorial Director Therese Mageau explain how and why the decision was made, and what you can expect, in this video. Current subscribers--watch your mailbox! And If you are not currently a print or digital subscriber to T.H.E. Journal magazine, you can sign up for your free subscription here.

News & Issues

  • News Corp. Reveals Initial Plans for Education Division

    As Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation begins emerging from the phone-hacking debacle that beset its United Kingdom media properties, the executive originally hired to oversee the company's education division is returning to that duty after overseeing News Corp's internal investigation. Previously, from 2002 to 2010, Klein had served as Chancellor of the New York City Department of Education, the largest district in the country.

  • Historically Black Colleges and Universities To Mentor New Blended Middle/High Schools

    An organization that partners with historically black colleges and universities is shifting its attention to K-12 in an initiative that will push its member institutions to help in the creation of new secondary "feeder" schools that will in turn offer both online and in-person courses.

  • Teachers Learn New Methods of Teaching Green Concepts at Green Boot Camp

    A group of 70 middle school teachers from around the world gathered in San Diego this month to participate in a hands-on, interactive workshop about methods for teaching energy, sustainability, and environmental concepts.


$100,000 Bully Prevention & Response Grant Available

The CyberBully Hotline has established a $100,000 grant program to help K-12 schools in low income areas implement an anonymous bullying reporting solution. Grant application period ends October 31, 2012 with 40 individual awards to be made under the program.
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