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6/13/2012

6/13/2012

The New York State Division of Human Rights lacks jurisdiction to investigate students' civil rights complaints against their public school districts, the state's top court ruled Tuesday.

6/13/2012

Long concerned by what they say is an alarming rate of suspensions and expulsions in Michigan schools, members of the state Board of Education are set to act today on a resolution that would call on schools to rethink their zero-tolerance policies.

6/13/2012

It has been two years since the administration’s Race to the Top education competition was implemented, and scholars, advocates, practitioners and journalists are asking whether the program has been effective.

6/13/2012

San Francisco Unified School District officials will unveil a $361.5 million budget for the 2012-13 school year at the Board of Education meeting Tuesday.

6/12/2012

6/12/2012

Matrox Graphics Inc. joined the Crestron Integrated Partner Program and is working to make Matrox Mura MPX Series video wall controller boards compatible across Crestron’s line of control system solutions.

6/12/2012

Samsung Techwin announces the SDP-760 low-cost document camera designed with native HD output (1920x1080P) at 30fps for smooth and fast video display.

6/12/2012

AMX shared the Global Education Alliance's picks for semifinalists for the AMX Innovation Awards at UBTech 2012.

6/12/2012

An education advocacy group recommended changes to a Tennessee teacher evaluation system that many classroom instructors now see as skewed toward punishing them rather than helping them improve.

6/12/2012

The armPad and iDrawer by SMARTdesks secure iPads in the classroom. 

6/12/2012

Commonwealth Court panel has ruled that the Pennsylvania Department of Education may not withhold state subsidies from a school district for the current school year for a claim made by a charter school alleging underfunding in a previous school year.

6/12/2012

An education advocacy group recommended changes to a Tennessee teacher evaluation system that many classroom instructors now see as skewed toward punishing them rather than helping them improve.

6/12/2012

Parents, education officials and children’s advocates gathered at an Eagle Rock early learning center to oppose further cuts to development programs for California’s youngest and neediest pupils.

6/12/2012

Alaska's education commissioner said that the state plans to take the steps needed to seek a waiver from provisions of the federal education law No Child Left Behind.

6/12/2012

New York City set a record in 2011 as 65.5% of its high-school students graduated in four years, Mayor Michael Bloomberg said.

6/12/2012

Next fall, 15 technology students from Hermon (Maine) High School will take part in a pilot program that will allow them to earn college credits while working towards their high school diplomas.

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