K12 Headlines

7/17/2013

7/17/2013

Chicago parents are asking a U.S. judge to delay for at least one year, if not permanently, the city Board of Education’s plans to close 49 public schools.

7/17/2013

Global education advocates, policymakers and teachers will join Promethean and Cisco for a live, debate – held virtually via Cisco TelePresence Systems and Social Media Channels – about creating new policies and practices to improve quality and access to education.

7/17/2013

In St. Paul, schools will pay about four times as much as they're accustomed to for food-service health permits.

7/17/2013

James Bowlby, former director of technology for the Menlo Park City School District for 14 years, joined the Mill Valley School District in the same capacity. He took the reigns on July 8.

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October 27-30, 2013

Orlando, Fla.

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October 29-November 2, 2013

Anaheim, Calif.

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February 13-17, 2014
Chicago, Ill.

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March 19-20, 2014

Washington, D.C.

7/17/2013

At an annual “Geek Camp” run by the Douglas County School District (Castle Rock, Colo.), teachers are equipped with the tools and know-how needed to guide the next generation into the future. 

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Tucson Unified School District

Tucson, Ariz.

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The New School

New York, N.Y.

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Citizen Schools

Boston, Mass.

7/17/2013

The Pennsylvania House passed a bill Monday that directs $45 million in additional state aid to Philadelphia's cash-starved schools, but only under certain conditions.

7/17/2013

Iowa officials have pushed to move polling places out of schools because of safety concerns, but laws proposed to mandate the change did not pass in several states this spring.

7/17/2013

With the nation's childhood obesity rate triple what it was 30 years ago for adolescents, expectations that schools will do more to help keep students healthy continue to rise.

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