K12 Headlines

6/18/2013

6/18/2013

Refusing to remove a baseball cap in school or being in the hallway after the late bell rings are not offenses one might expect would land a student in the court system.

6/18/2013

This newest Sony display milestone, model VPL-FHZ55, is Sony’s first lamp-less projector using 3LCD imaging technology to achieve 4,000 lumens of color light output at WUXGA resolution (1920 x 1200), to deliver bright and vivid color reproduction.

6/18/2013

Chicago Public Schools said that 663 employees at schools the district is closing, including teachers, teaching assistants and bus aides, don't qualify to follow students to their new schools and will be laid off.

6/18/2013

K2’s new Product Recognition Service automatically analyzes the software discovered on computers within your organization and provides relevant product details for use in license management, software optimization, and cost reduction. With the addition of PRS, one of the most complicated configuration tasks has been eliminated for many products.

6/18/2013

The school year might be finished but there is no end in sight for shrinking enrollments at some once-booming, suburban school systems.

6/18/2013

Understanding the need for advanced technology on a limited budget, the company’s breadth of educator tools were developed, delivering tailored solutions to increase efficiency and dynamically transform the classroom.

6/18/2013

Fremont High School's campus in gang-entrenched East Oakland is just three blocks away from International Boulevard, famous for its booming sex trade. The school is known for abysmal test scores, numerous student suspensions, and low graduation rates.

6/18/2013

Sergent says his previous experience as both a principal and a teacher prepared him for the new position.

6/18/2013

There are many changes coming to Cheltenham School District — new Cheltenham and Wyncote elementary schools, a new school bus transportation system and now a new superintendent.

6/18/2013

After nearly three decades of providing leadership in education for the township, the longtime superintendent of the Quinton Township School District announced that she will be retiring effective this summer.

6/17/2013

6/17/2013

A series of behind-the-scenes mistakes by educators in a Florida school district led to children’s biometric information being culled without their parents’ permission, TheLedger.com reported.

6/17/2013

At a Mascoutah public school this past year, a 91 would have been a B. However, next school year, that same grade will be an A.

6/17/2013

According to the Nation's Report Card, the majority of students in New York are not proficient in reading and math. The achievement gaps are vast.

6/17/2013

The Lake Township resident, who taught five years in Green before becoming the middle school assistant principal and then principal since 2008, was offered a contract Friday night.

6/17/2013

The proposal also calls for decreased reimbursement for graduate hours and retirement incentives. Health insurance benefits were changed from a percentage to a flat dollar amount, with increases over that amount split between the employees and district.

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