Academic journal article Middle School Journal

What's Happening

Academic journal article Middle School Journal

What's Happening

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Middle Level Essentials Conference

Las Vegas, Nevada -April 22-23, 2010

A conference providing an in-depth look into topics essential to the success of middle level schools, including:

* STEM-Science, Technology, Engineering & Math

* Differentiated Instruction

* Using Assessment to Guide Instruction

* Literacy

2010 Institute for Middle Level Leadership

July 18-21, 2010

Williamsburg, Virginia

Williamsburg Lodge

July 25-28, 2010

Whistler, BC, Canada

Hilton Whistler

Enjoy interactive classroom sessions, discussions, peer-facilitated learning, and opportunities to address topics that matter to you!

Visit for more information.

NMSA 37th Annual Conference & Exhibit

November 4-6, 2010

Baltimore, Maryland


450+ sessions in topic areas critical to middle grades education including

* STEM-Science, Technology, Engineering & Math

* Information Literacy and Technology

* Fine Arts

* Using assessment to guide instruction

* Narrowing the Achievement Gap


* Differentiated Instruction

* Literacy

* Parental Involvement

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No More Number Sharing

Institutional Members, take advantage of a new feature on our website that allows your entire staff to find and link themselves to your school's membership. No longer do you need to share one member number; just have your staff visit and click "Create an Account" to start the process. Everyone in your building can now have their own login to access all NMSA has to offer, including past and current issues of Middle School Journal and Middle Ground magazine, bookstore and conference registration discounts, and much more. Need assistance setting up an account? E-mail NMSA customer service at

$aving Our Futures Curriculum

National Middle School Association recently teamed with America's Promise Alliance to promote the new curriculum $aving Our Futures: A Financial Responsibility Program for Young People.

Developed with funding from the Peter G. Peterson Foundation, this free, downloadable curriculum for middle and high school youth empowers young people to call for more responsible fiscal policy decisions.

As part of the promotion, NMSA identified 100 members to implement and evaluate the curriculum and develop related service-learning projects for use in their classes. …

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