K12 Headlines

8/28/2012

8/28/2012

If many of the education reform ideas — teacher career paths, mentoring and performance reviews — being discussed by state officials and task forces have a familiar ring to them, they should.

8/28/2012

When hundreds of Central Texas schools open their doors to students again today, they will in some ways be operating greener and leaner than ever.

8/28/2012

School officials in wealthy Greenwich are reconsidering a new rule requiring families who rent to provide proof of residency with an affidavit.

8/28/2012

For most students in New York City, the end of August means stocking up on school supplies, picking up uniforms or school clothes, and wondering who their new teachers and classmates will be.

8/28/2012

Passing math class is about to become just a tad easier for some 9,600 Bayonne public school students.

8/28/2012

In a room full of computers, more than a dozen high school students sat quietly, either working in small groups or alone.

8/27/2012

8/27/2012

School meals are about to get much healthier, and at some local school districts, the change will be significant.

8/27/2012

For thousands of Texas parents, the start of the school year has taken on a new meaning: an end to the conflicts, struggles and disappointment with the public school system.

8/27/2012

Community's Distributed Design Series of in-ceiling loudspeakers has been expanded to include a standard black version of its flagship D6 model.

8/27/2012

The Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC), a 23-state consortium working together to create next generation assessments, today released its first set of item and task prototypes for both English language arts/literacy and mathematics.

8/27/2012

ow visitor management systems can combine the professional appearance of full-color plastic visitor badges with the added security of time-expiring badges.

8/27/2012

The state’s largest school district is offering a new tool to report (hotline and online), track and address bullying or other potentially harmful incidents.

8/27/2012

Scattered across Marion County, students of all ages — primarily in middle and high school — are taking online courses for a variety of reasons.

8/27/2012

There will be a few more teachers in area schools as students head back to class Monday in Onslow and Carteret counties.

8/27/2012

Gaston County Schools wants to start a chain reaction of caring one student at a time.

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