World Language

5/1/2012

5/1/2012

Bedford one of two NH school districts in danger of losing its International Baccalaureate program to HB 1403.

4/30/2012

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

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.

4/26/2012

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.

3/27/2012

3/27/2012

Delaware is one of four state education agencies, four Chinese Flagship Centers and numerous school districts from across 10 states that are working collaboratively to implement K-12 Chinese education pathways over the next three years.

3/12/2012

3/12/2012

The word "choice" in education is traditionally associated with private schools, home schooling or other alternatives to the public school system, but the Washington County School District is pursuing its own version of choice starting next school year.

2/2/2012

2/2/2012

If the results of the most recent international achievement tests were graded on a curve, U.S. students probably would rank somewhere in the B range. They placed 14th in reading, 17th in science and 25th in mathematics among 70 countries whose 15-year-olds participated in the 2009 Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) testing, the latest figures available.

1/19/2012

1/19/2012

iParadigms, creators of Turnitin and the leader in originality checking and online grading, announced the release of automated translation technology that enables Turnitin to identify potentially plagiarized content that has been translated.

11/29/2011

11/29/2011

Students in the Madison School District's dual-language immersion program are less likely than students in English-only classrooms to be black or Asian, come from low-income families, need special education services or have behavioral problems, according to a district analysis.

11/17/2011

11/17/2011

The wave of Hispanics who flooded the Gulf Coast after Hurricane Katrina doesn't appear to have dampened Louisiana families' demand for their children to get a French education.

10/3/2011

10/3/2011

Two proposed Mandarin language immersion charter schools that have drawn fierce opposition from school officials and parents in Millburn, Livingston and nearby areas failed to win approval Friday from the New Jersey Education Department.

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