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8/3/2012

8/3/2012

The investors gathered in a tony private club in Manhattan were eager to hear about the next big thing, and education consultant Rob Lytle was happy to oblige.

8/3/2012

Gov. Andrew Cuomo vetoed a bill on Tuesday that would have made school districts responsible for funding the placement of special education students in the private school of their family’s choice.

8/2/2012

8/2/2012

Secretary of Education Ron Tomalis today announced the award of $6.9 million in federal School Improvement Grants to 10 of Pennsylvania's lowest-performing schools.

8/2/2012

Dubbed “the de facto national model of the digital school” by The New York Times, Mooresville is recognized for successfully raising graduation rates with its Digital Conversion program.

8/2/2012

Booksource's Classroom Organizer provides educators a simple and free means of organization for their classroom library.

8/2/2012

In a University of Missouri study, girls and boys started grade school with different approaches to solving arithmetic problems, with girls favoring a slow and accurate approach and boys a faster but more error prone approach.

8/2/2012

Learning solutions provider Logical Operations is re-launching its 30-year-old business with the introduction of LogicalCHOICE, a next-generation learning tool on Aug. 2.

8/2/2012

While Gov. Paul LePage’s school choice legislation was stopped at the committee level in March, the four proponents of school choice who gathered at Fort Knox State Park on Tuesday said the fight isn’t over.

8/2/2012

With the seventh anniversary of Hurricane Katrina approaching, it seems possible -- just possible -- that the public schools in New Orleans that were swept into state hands after the storm may soon begin edging back toward local control.

8/2/2012

The former assistant superintendent of Woodside schools has pleaded no contest to misappropriating millions in public money and to billing another school district for his home remodeling work, a prosecutor said Wednesday.

8/2/2012

Bridgeport school superintendent Paul Vallas wowed some in the education community when he passed a sweeping five-year plan to fix Connecticut's worst school district after being on the job for only three months.

8/2/2012

The Project School in Indianapolis has lost a court battle to remain open after a judge denied an injunction challenging Mayor Greg Ballard's decision to revoke the school’s charter.

8/2/2012

Black community leaders claim racism is a pervasive part of Nashville school policy and think a limited busing plan is needed.

8/2/2012

The Tupelo Public School District is working to develop concrete indicators to measure its progress toward district goals.

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