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In the ongoing discussion of how to boost the education and skill levels of the American workforce, one central issue is rarely addressed: the gap between male and female achievement. The reality is that the slowdown in U.S. educational gains is...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — An outside group is reviewing Indiana's ISTEP+ troubles after computer problems disrupted test-taking for thousands of students last month, Indiana schools Superintendent Glenda Ritz said Monday. The National Center for...
June is the season of graduations. Whether completing elementary school, middle school, or high school commencement serves as a time to think about the future and to reflect upon the past. We prepare for where our children are headed in life and we...
Instead of attending her senior prom, Newport Harbor High senior Kelsey Christensen competed in the Ironman 70.3 Hawaii triathlon on June 1. Christensen, an 18-year-old and 2013 top-15 graduate at Newport Harbor, was the youngest female participant in...
In front of a crowd of hundreds of teenagers and adults from throughout the state, Orlando police Chief Paul Rooney told the story of a 17-year-old boy who was shot and killed by his officers in the Conway neighborhood last September. The armed black...
Tags: Pine Hills, Pam Bondi, Shootings, Conway, Crime, Law and Justice
The end of the school year began two weeks ago for 8-year-old Abby Cavelle, who has arrived at River View Elementary in Plainfield wearing her pajamas, or armed with a beach towel for outdoor reading. Or dressed up for a class picture, or prepared to...
The Office of School Counseling under county schools is launching a new Senior College Application Boot Camp to provide support to the Class of 2014. The free program is open to all county rising seniors and will address a range of topics including...
The Hartford CourantCertain elements of the school system's teacher evaluation plan have been revised after being reviewed by the state Board of Education, according to Assistant School Superintendent Debbie A. Kaprove. "They had minor expectations for us to update our...
Channel 2 NewsA federally-based program from the Department of Education aims to increase the number of adults enrolled in secondary public education in Anchorage. The University of Alaska Anchorage's Education Opportunity Center (EOC) focuses on low-income adults...
email@example.com“Phil” stands in a spotlight on Gravely Hall’s stage, talking feverishly to his mustache that grew overnight. It speaks back to him in a Speedy Gonzalez voice. A well-spoken narrator fills the audience in on the story line, and a fourth,...
Tags: Memorial Day, Literature, Language, Sports, Arts and Culture
Valley View Community Unit School District 365U officials presented a new online program for teachers and administrators last week to help them implement new state and national common-core standards. Rachel Kinder, an assistant superintendent, told...
Tags: Teachers, Students, Teaching and Learning
We can appreciate the candor with which Calipatria Superintendent Doug Kline had with our staff when discussing the shuffling of principals between Calipatria High School and Bill E. Young Jr. Middle School. Those types of moves happen at the...
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