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3/16/2012

3/16/2012

New York City is removing eight teachers and school aides who were “insufficiently disciplined” for previous offenses in the wake of a department-wide personnel review, school officials said Thursday.

3/16/2012


MIND Research Institute's visual ST Math generates genuine interest in learning math.

3/16/2012


This web seminar showcased one elementary school’s implementation of StarBoard interactive whiteboards into every classroom and addressed how to provide meaningful professional development that encourages daily use of the devices.

3/16/2012

Global education leader Houghton Mifflin Harcourt announced year-long pilot programs of its Singapore Math, Bar Models App for iPad in school districts in New Jersey and Kentucky. 

3/16/2012

School districts soon will be able to opt out of a common ammonia-treated ground beef filler critics have dubbed "pink slime."

3/16/2012

Summer is only months away and the school year is winding down, but talk of education funding in Alaska is just gearing up.

3/16/2012

If charter schools are poised to grow in Michigan, they’ve already exploded in Arizona.

3/16/2012

Armed with clipboard and pencil, John Somers, an associate professor of teacher education, watches over a group of sixth-graders and two teachers-in-training at an Indianapolis elementary school.

3/16/2012

School sex abuse lawsuits just got a whole lot easier to file in California.

3/16/2012

Communities In Schools, the leading organization dedicated to empowering students to stay in school and achieve in life, is proud to announce that its new Michigan state office is the recipient of two donations totaling $37,500 from State Farm.

3/16/2012

The Baltimore school system has paid its employees about $65 million for unused leave over the past five years, a rare perk that many employers have abandoned and that has come under fire as school districts have experienced shrinking budgets.

3/16/2012

Wisconsin lawmakers have approved controversial measures to block the state's new health insurance exchange from covering abortions and require sex education classes to emphasize abstinence as the preferred method of birth control.

3/15/2012

3/15/2012

New Jersey has been awarded a $14.5 million federal grant to help launch new charter schools, grow existing successful charters and share ideas between the schools and local districts, state officials announced Tuesday.

3/15/2012

U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan wants to get the federal government more involved in schools.

3/15/2012


Mesa Public Schools is a K-12 district located 16 miles east of Phoenix in a suburban residential community supportive of education. The position of Chief Educational Technology/Innovation Officer provides leadership and direction for the Information Systems and Educational Technology Departments.

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