K12 Headlines

7/30/2012

7/30/2012

For Alex Jilek, getting three kids ready for school in the morning generally involves lots of raised voices.

7/30/2012

Vernier Software & Technology and the National Science Teachers’ Association are now accepting applications for the annual Vernier/NSTA Technology Awards.

7/30/2012

New rubric-based workbook defines critical components of proficiency-based teaching and learning.

7/30/2012

New cutting edge technologies will help give students with print disabilities the same opportunities as their peers.

7/30/2012

It’s going to be a year of change in Mobile County’s public schools: Entire schools have moved, school zones have been altered and two cities have broken away.

7/30/2012

Other education reforms are more urgent than charter schools. Washington could have a fantastic public school system without them.

7/30/2012

Louisiana's public school districts face challenges in the upcoming school year, including a new curriculum, new teacher evaluations and revised accountability standards.

7/30/2012

Jaelin Cox, 6, attended prekindergarten three miles from her home in rural Cimarron County. She would get on the bus at 8 a.m. and be home a little after 3 p.m.

7/30/2012

School districts across the state are bracing their budgets for possible legislation that would require them to pay for teacher pension costs as lawmakers grapple with ideas to close the state’s $83 billion pension debt.

7/30/2012

Columbus City Schools mysteriously withdrew students during the 2009-10 school year who came to school every day.

7/30/2012

The Redford Union Schools superintendent is defending contract moves made last year by the district after a recent report by a public policy think tank questioned the decision.

7/30/2012

Complex variables. Rational expressions. Quadratic equations.

7/30/2012

The Software & Information Industry Association released the full report from the 2012 Vision K-20 Survey to measure U.S. educational institutions' self-reported progress toward building a framework that embraces technology and e-learning.

7/27/2012

7/27/2012

The program helps low-income schools and districts implement anonymous bullying reporting program.

7/27/2012

Although California school districts have largely focused on building new schools to accommodate growing student populations, districts should concentrate more on renovating and replacing aging schools, according to a new report.

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