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Jessica Margolis-Pineo had an acceptance letter in hand and was ready to attend Montreal's McGill University in the fall of 2003. However, while embarking on a backpacking trip in Europe after graduating from high school, she couldn't shake the feeling...
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Three years ago, Angela Sanchez was living in a homeless shelter with her father, laboring over classwork and college applications while trying to keep her circumstances secret from teachers at Hoover High School. On Monday, Sanchez, now 20 and studying...
That Clark Magnet High School stands to earn its second National Blue Ribbon designation is a testament to that model of delivering education to a diverse student population. The math-and-science-focused campus was one of just 35 schools in California to...
Once again, politicians are trying to dictate a top-down approach for reforming education. South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard's recent proposal for “fixing” education is the latest in a long line of bureaucratic edicts designed to remedy what they...
American colleges have responded to harsh criticism that tuition rose four times as fast as the cost of living over the last 25 years — resulting in their graduates leaving school as debt slaves with an average of $25,250 in student loans — by...
firstname.lastname@example.orgStudent achievement will become part of teacher assessments this year in the Waynesboro Area School District under a state pilot program. Waynesboro is one of 83 school districts in Pennsylvania participating in the program launched through an $800,000...
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Roosevelt Elementary School in Pasadena is expected to have its federal Blue Ribbon nomination rescinded due to an administrative test-taking error that was reported in October, officials said. Roosevelt Elementary would have been the nearest school to...
One year after he successfully proposed 10 percent cuts in much of state government spending to eliminate a budget deficit, Gov. Dennis Daugaard is challenging the Legislature to take on an even thornier thorny topic: Teachers’ performance and pay....
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Florida's more than 3,000 public schools have been ranked from best to worst in a new database released this morning by the state. The school rankings come a week after the state released its first-ever ranking of its 67 school districts. The latest...
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A House of Delegates committee has given its overwhelming endorsement to a proposal to repeal a Virginia law that compels schools in tourist areas to open after Labor Day to accommodate hotels and vacation resorts. Del. Bob Tata's bill, backed by Gov....
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