K12 Headlines

7/16/2013

7/16/2013

California has defiantly refused to follow the administration's lead in grading the performance of teachers and using those measurements to reward the best teachers and punish the worst.

7/16/2013

Florida’s formula for grading its schools — hailed as a model nationwide — may be rewritten again this year to include a controversial “safety net” that would keep grades from dropping more than one letter.

7/16/2013

Taking advantage of the Tableau Data Extract API has made it easy to incorporate Rapid Insight models into the Tableau visualization products

7/16/2013

A recent study which assessed more than 1,100 colleges and universities that prepare elementary and secondary teachers and their admission standards, training and value found most teacher training lacking in proficiency based teaching strategies which could add to the U.S. achievement gap.

7/16/2013

The Snowline School District has named former assistant superintendent of human resources Luke Ontiveros as the district’s new superintendent.

7/16/2013

Dr. Joseph Macharola was almost at a loss for words. "I look forward to serving the community here in Muhlenberg," Macharola said to the Muhlenberg School Board.

7/16/2013

The Wallington Board of Education promoted from within and voted to appoint Principal James Albro as the new superintendent of schools.

7/16/2013

The new capability of the Blackboard Analytics™ platform leverages more than 25 different factors to build a risk profile based on a student’s academic background and focus, test scores and changes in performance.

7/16/2013

The debate brews Tuesday, when the first of several legislative hearings will be held by a subcommittee tasked with making a recommendation to the Michigan Legislature on whether to halt the common core here or continue to move forward.

7/16/2013

What can the education world conclude about charter schools after their first couple of decades in existence? Something so simple that it's almost earth-shattering.

7/16/2013

Some Green Bay area school districts are signing agreements with local police departments saying it’s OK for off-duty officers to carry guns to school events.

7/16/2013

Five months after the city learned that its public school system is being investigated by the Department of Justice for failing to provide adequate resources for non-English-speaking students, it appears the school district is taking some action.

7/16/2013

Since 2001, the state's four-year high school graduation rate has hovered at around 80 percent, according to the Wyoming Department of Education.

7/16/2013

Three years ago, Connor Mizer was sitting in a third-floor classroom at Central High School when a lock-down drill was announced.

7/16/2013

There was a time when after-school activities meant riding bikes, shooting hoops in the backyard or even a neighborhood game of hide-and-seek that went on until dusk.

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