June 28-July 1, 2014
June 28-July 1, 2014
School officials are welcoming Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s budget proposal to fund universal prekindergarten programs, citing research that show children in such programs do better when they enter kindergarten and often throughout their academic careers.
When done right, frequent testing helps people remember information longer.
Students frequently take their iPhones and iPads to school — and school administrators’ theft prevention instructions to students may not always stick.
Idaho could spend tens of millions more on public schools, raise pay for teachers and state workers, and restore services to the poor and disabled – all while still balancing its budget next year with 10 percent to spare, the state’s former longtime chief economist said Monday.
About 15,000 Cleveland children will be giving their parents an extra message from school along with their report cards this week: Get in to the school and meet with my teacher. It's not a request. It's the law.
In the first year in which a state law required school districts to report bullying, 1,431 incidents have been documented statewide, according to data the state released to Hearst Connecticut Newspapers.
California schools, starting Tuesday, may apply for grants from the state’s new $250-million Career Pathways Trust aimed at preparing high school and community college students for well-paying jobs.
February 13, 2014
I can think of a million reasons the expansion of Chicago charters should be put on hold. For starters, the more money the mayor spends building new charters, the less money he has for existing schools that are already so broke they're worried about paying for toilet paper.
This paper is part of a series investigating the implementation of competency education. Its purpose is to explore how districts and schools can redesign grading systems to best help students excel in academics and gain the skills needed to be successful in college, the community and the workplace.
March 19-22, 2014
April 2-4, 2014
New York, N.Y.
The program provides elementary school students access to personalized reading instruction that is proven to accelerate the development of foundational reading skills and comprehension.
As the district continues to grow, attendance areas will evolve to meet the needs of families and manage facility capacity. GuideK12 allows administrators to create scenarios on an interactive map and instantly understand the impact of each proposal.