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    Behind the Lens

    Angel Magana, is in a Denver teacher-residency program that allows him to work as a paid paraprofessional while working toward his teaching degree. 
--Nathan W. Armes for Education Week

    A Look at Recruiting and Keeping Good Teachers

    January 24, 2018
    Four-year-old Adrianna Crews, center, clutches a doll during playtime at the Early Learning and Literacy Center at Dunbar Elementary School in Atlanta. A new study finds per-pupil aid is shrinking for state-funded preschool programs. —Pouya Dianat for Education Week

    Child’s Play

    April 26, 2012
    Story Pirates actor Peter McNerney, left, waits offstage for his cue during an "Idea Storm" at Little Falls Township Public School number 2, in Little Falls, New Jersey, Friday, January 13, 2012. During the Idea Storm, the Story Pirates teach children the fundamentals of storytelling, first by discussing the basic structure of a story and then asking for ideas from students. Each time a student contributes an idea, the actors respond on the fly, incorporating it into an ongoing improvisational comedy sketch. Emile Wamsteker for Education Week

    Story Pirates

    April 9, 2012
    Students depart their bus as they arrive at the Creative, Performing, and Media Arts Magnet Middle School on Feb. 2 in San Diego, CA. --James Gregg for Education Week

    Get on the Bus

    February 7, 2012
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    Homecoming

    December 7, 2011
    Sandra Smith organizes her medication for the upcoming week as her grandson, Jaiden, 1, sleeps in her bed. —Jenn Ackerman for Education Week

    A Grand Dilemma

    November 21, 2011
    Jack Ursitti, 7, of Dover, Mass., has been diagnosed with autism and uses an iPad for leisure and educational activities. "It's a constant tool," says his mother, Judith Ursitti. "When we put an iPad in his hand, he immediately got it," she says. --M. Scott Brauer for Education Week

    Portraits: Special Populations

    November 4, 2011