K12 Headlines

8/3/2012

8/3/2012

The Center for American Progress (CAP) has released a new report entitled “Do schools challenge our children” which seems particularly interesting on the heels of the Minnesota Board of Education releasing proficiency test ratings yesterday.

8/3/2012

Ohio Schools Superintendent Stan Heffner acted improperly when he testified last year in favor of legislation that benefited a private education company that he planned to work for, according to an Ohio inspector general's report released today.

8/3/2012

The Arizona Department of Education (ADE) released letter grades for every school district statewide on Wednesday, with no districts receiving an “F” this year.

8/3/2012

North Carolina's school board could increase the number of charter schools in the state by a third within the next year if it accepts a screening committee's recommendations.

8/3/2012

The State Board of Education on Thursday tapped Florida's current public schools chancellor to serve as the state's interim education commissioner and began searching for a permanent replacement.

8/3/2012

Large achievement gaps lurk within some of Metro Detroit's elite school districts, according to data released Thursday by the Michigan Department of Education.

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.

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