Business & Finance

6/27/2012

6/27/2012

Jefferson County Schools has selected Schoolwires to be its content management provider after the company demonstrated its commitment to quality customer service.

6/27/2012

The North Kansas City School District is predicting another year without a tax rate increase.

6/27/2012

A Pennsylvania state lawmaker whose proposal for a voucher-like tax credit that is designed to help students leave the state's worst schools said Monday that those schools would benefit, too.

6/27/2012

Tuesday either is or isn’t the next-to-last day of school for public school students, depending on which version of the end-of-year schedule their school has adopted.

6/27/2012

Texas is now about to face six lawsuits that target the way it funds public schools.

6/26/2012

6/26/2012

In the final days of state budget negotiations, state House Democrats aren’t letting up on their push for an increase in public schools funding.

6/25/2012

6/25/2012

Lottery officials say they would like to offer $10 and $20 instant scratch-off tickets with larger prizes, but that is not feasible.

6/25/2012

Bill Vogel has grave concerns about the future of public education in Florida as he ends nine years at the helm of one of Florida's highest-achieving school districts.

6/22/2012

6/22/2012

Missouri education officials will be testing a new teacher evaluation system in the upcoming school year.

6/22/2012

Thousands of New Orleans school employees were wrongfully fired after Hurricane Katrina scattered the populations and shut down the city and its schools, a Louisiana judge ruled Wednesday.

6/22/2012

A profanity-laced video of middle school students in upstate New York verbally abusing a bus monitor is sparking an outpouring of support as strangers worldwide rally to her side.

6/22/2012

The Scranton School District will save more than $2 million this year on health care, officials announced at a meeting with employees on Wednesday.

6/22/2012

By fall, the Detroit Public Schools will enroll 49,852 students, down from more than 160,000 students a decade ago, according to a proposed 2012-13 budget released by the district Thursday.

6/22/2012

The school districts in North Chicago and downstate East St. Louis are a step away from a state takeover.

6/22/2012

Mr. Waterhouse, a former CEO of Harcourt Education, had a distinguished 26 year career at IBM where he was General Manager of E-Business Services and President, Asia Pacific Services Corporation.

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