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SAN DIEGO -- A veteran teacher at a Catholic school has lost her job because school officials are worried her ex-husband, now serving a jail sentence for domestic abuse and stalking, poses a danger to students and teachers when he is released. When...
Staff WriterIMPERIAL — The senior class of Imperial High School closed out the Valley’s graduation season after nearly 200 seniors participated in the school’s 107th commencement ceremony at Shimamoto-Simpson Stadium here Friday night. Like high...
The Chicago Teachers Union knew school closings were going to be a blow for its membership, and it's starting to learn how big the hit could be. The announcement by Chicago Public Schools on Friday that 420 teachers, more than a third of them with...
The Eastwood school's librarian, Cheryl Madden, had just finished saying her farewells to the fifth-grade class seated attentively in their dress-up clothes in the front-row seats. She ended with a line from a quote, saying that "one can go backward...
Tags: PTA, Students, Kevin Kamenetz, Teaching and Learning, Dundalk
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) — A Purdue University graduate and two former students accused of breaking into their professors' computer accounts to change grades are facing criminal charges. Roy Chaoran Sun, 25, of Andover, Mass., and Mitsutoshi...
A few days ago, yet another article appeared in The Baltimore Sun about Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco and his contract that will pay him more than $20 million per year for the next six years. That's a total of over $120 million. I don't know Joe Flacco....
An A-rated charter school system with a 96 percent graduation rate is struggling to keep its doors open and to adequately pay its high-quality teachers. The Pembroke Pines Charter School System is projecting a $2.4 million budget shortfall for the 2013-...
Add one more laboratory to the list of world-class facilities to be overseen by the University of Chicago. The internationally renowned Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Mass., will be brought under the university's financial and...
The Batavia High School teacher at the center of a recent controversy over his recommendation to students about a school survey was warned to keep his opinions about all future district initiatives to himself or risk losing his job. Calling his...
Tags: Students, Teaching and Learning
Pasadena City College leaders appear to have gained the upper hand in an 18-month battle with the faculty union that spawned raucous demonstrations on campus and an impasse in labor negotiations. A fact-finding panel appointed by the California Public...
A caucus of the Baltimore Teachers Union has conducted its own survey which concluded that, of the sample participants, city teachers have been overwhelmingly dissatisfied with the union contract that is set to expire this month. According to the...
I am one of those "excessed" teachers Yonni Raich wrote about in his recent commentary on Baltimore County teacher transfers ("Teacher transfers hurt Balto. Co.," June 4). Mr. Raich makes a compelling argument about the impact of teacher transfers on...
Tags: Education, Teaching and Learning, Perry Hall
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