Teaching & Learning

4/30/2012

4/30/2012

A teacher accused of bullying an autistic student was placed on paid leave Friday.

4/30/2012

For a long time and for a lot of us, “college” was more or less a synonym for success. We had only to go. We had only to graduate.

4/30/2012

Kansas Commissioner of Education Diane DeBacker visited Pittsburg Friday to get a look at facilities that are the leading edge of technology education in the state.

4/30/2012

The International Baccalaureate (IB) reached a milestone today with the authorization of its 2000th IB World School in Edinburg, Texas.

4/27/2012

4/27/2012

El Dorado Public Schools adopted Pearson’s Prentice Hall Literature Common Core to provide individualized instruction digitally and meet each student at his or her learning level.

4/27/2012

Shmoop announces the launch of online test prep resources designed to prepare students for the AP Spanish Language Exam and AP Spanish Literature Exam scheduled for May 8th and 18th respectively.

4/27/2012

Virtual High School Global Consortium announced that the Ramsey (N.J.) School District has deployed their online learning solution in an effort to prepare students for college.

4/27/2012

Stuart Chaifetz gave the Cherry Hill school district every opportunity to do the right thing by his 10 year-old son, Akian.

4/27/2012

Some parents at underachieving schools believe the school board's decision to give students more education time will help those who struggle — and could benefit their own children.

4/27/2012

What's bugging you Mid-Michigan? Some local parents say EpiPens not being required in all schools is what's bugging them.

4/26/2012

4/26/2012

The $4.8 million program, beginning this summer and continuing through 2014, will work to strengthen the teaching skills of middle and high school teachers, with the goal of increasing the number of teachers qualified to teach pre-AP and AP courses in the STEM disciplines.

4/26/2012

ClassLink welcomed considerable attendance and positive commentary around its past webinar on how savvy school leaders improve learning through Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) projects. 

4/26/2012

Think engineers are made in college? Think again.

Calvin Phelps, national chair of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) says engineers are built in the third or fourth grade.

4/26/2012

Tom Zhou arrived from Beijing three years ago to attend Chinese Christian High School here. The 17-year-old is graduating in June and is set to attend the University of California, Los Angeles in the fall.

4/26/2012

Fifteen years after Chicago embedded International Baccalaureate programs in tough neighborhood schools, the programs have not attracted the middle class.

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