K12 Headlines

9/10/2013

9/10/2013

Anchored by a new national conference – Time to THRIVE – the Project will provide training, technical assistance and best practices tools for K-12 educators and youth-serving organizations of all types, including after-school enrichment programs, recreational sports leagues, summer camps, family counseling centers and job training centers.

9/10/2013

The Newtown Board of Education announced that it is starting its search for a permanent superintendent, while also expressing its gratitude to John Reed for serving as interim superintendent of schools.

9/10/2013

The first day of school in Philadelphia is also the start of a grim new normal for the district's 137,000 students and their families.

9/10/2013

Without much ado, the Bremerton Board of Education selected its new superintendent just one day after the new school year started.

9/10/2013

School districts across the country have cut physical-education programs to save money. But they don’t usually use recess to boost physical activity.

9/10/2013

Denver Public Schools will issue electronic cards to about 26,000 children in an effort to strengthen safety measures for those who take a bus to school.

9/10/2013

Former state Education Commissioner Tony Bennett said he felt “vindicated” by a new report on a grade-changing flap in Indiana that led to his resignation in Florida.

9/10/2013

Crime in city schools is down, but black and Hispanic kids are still far more likely to end up on the wrong side of the law.

9/10/2013

A long era of corruption-fueled dysfunction in Mexico may slowly be drawing to a close. The Mexican legislature last week summoned a special kind of courage to defy one of the most powerful vestiges of old-style machine politics: the national teachers unions.

9/10/2013

St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay is seeing pockets of success at both the charter schools he aggressively promotes and city schools that sometimes compete with the rival charters for students and resources.

9/10/2013

Will games fulfill their promise in education, or join a litany of other solutions that peter out as "reforms du jour?"

9/10/2013

Several national groups were recently approved to move into north Baton Rouge and start charter schools over the next few years, but the Louisiana Department of Education has yet to make a critical decision, picking which ones will land space in the seven schools the state operates there.

9/10/2013

Instead of cutting back on phys ed classes, Urban Dove Team Charter School in New York is using sports as a hook to draw in at-risk students.

9/10/2013

The Camden County Technical Schools board of education has appointed Patricia Fitzgerald, who has served as principal for the district’s Pennsauken campus since 2001, as its new superintendent.

9/9/2013

9/9/2013

The organization founded by Abigail Berman and Matt Sorum, is on a mission to bring vibrant music and arts programs to the Los Angeles United School District, as a way to expand the horizons of children, and to counteract the deep budget cuts that have eliminated the music and arts curriculum from LA schools.

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