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3/28/2012

3/28/2012

Educators are finding a new way to organize and collaborate resources for transition to the Common Core, curriculum mapping, and classroom activities.

3/28/2012

The work of 35 young scientists, researchers and videographers has won a Maricopa middle school a $100,000 technology package.

3/28/2012

Even as the financial literacy movement gains steam oversees, it may be losing momentum in the U.S.

3/28/2012

Saddled with $50,000 in student loans, she decided that spending more time in class would derail her from pursuing opportunities in the job market.

3/28/2012

Students in New York City’s public schools cramming for tests can delete words like birthdays, junk food, Halloween, dinosaur and even dancing from study lists.

3/28/2012

S. Dallas Dance, chief middle schools officer in the Houston school district, has been chosen as the next superintendent in Baltimore County.

3/28/2012

Florida’s new grade formula would not lower a school’s rank more than one letter grade under a set of recommendations presented to the state Board of Education on Tuesday in Miami.

3/28/2012


What is the relationship between obesity and hunger? How can they exist side by side?

3/28/2012

It’s taken a while, but money has begun to trickle into the Georgia Foundation for Public Education, a little-known entity with big hopes of raising money for public education in Georgia.

3/28/2012

During a roundtable discussion with school administrators, union leaders and legislators Friday, U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan said officials are taking the right steps to improve public schools in the First State.

3/28/2012

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Tuesday that he won't sign the revised education reform bill as approved Monday by the legislature's Education Committee, but he added that those who drafted it agree it's not finished yet.

3/28/2012


As the only interactive projector that includes SMART Notebook collaborative learning software, the LightRaise brings learning to life with engaging content.

3/27/2012

3/27/2012

Students using the computers at Camdenton High School here in central Missouri have been able to access the Web sites for Exodus International, as well as People Can Change, antigay organizations that counsel men and women on how to become heterosexual.

3/27/2012


Get tips for improving school meal programs while adhering to USDA and Dietary Guideline. Plus, make your National School Lunch Program meals appeal to students.

3/27/2012

With the new web-based Reading Assistant software from Scientific Learning Corp., students can practice reading on their own with one-on-one personalized feedback and guidance and also receive the benefit of direct instruction when it matters most.

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