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When it comes to music, breaking the rules can be just as important as technical proficiency, says Stanford music pro
A Stanford music professor encourages a sense of playfulness for students of all ages.
Researchers found that fact checkers "arrived at more warranted conclusions in a fraction of the time."
It turns out even experts have trouble evaluating sources online. A new SHEG study reveals a better way to read on the web.
Kids listening to music on a cell phone.
In this episode of our podcast School’s In, an education professor makes a case for encouraging mobile devices in class.


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