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1/18/2012

1/18/2012

As anxiety over the academic performance of public schools grows, experts say it's likely that more schools and school districts will lose public or private accreditation.

1/18/2012

SMART Technologies Inc. announces the release of the LightRaise 40wi interactive projector. The LightRaise projector is a pen-enabled, ultra-short-throw projector that can turn nearly any surface into an interactive learning space.

1/18/2012

Rhyme & Reason, a Connecticut based clothing company, is pleased to announce its first ever student t-shirt design competition in partnership with the Kids In Need Foundation.

1/18/2012

Starting this February, science and STEM educators can participate in one of Vernier Software & Technology’s 30 free nationwide workshops

1/18/2012

Getty Images announced the launch of its Mishmash music video remix competition for 2012, helping to inspire and foster video creatives of the future.

1/18/2012

As a third-grader in Winsted, Connecticut, last year, Matthew Asselin was sick -- a lot. He was lethargic and plagued with a persistent wet cough, respiratory infections and painful headaches.

1/18/2012

St. Louis Schools Superintendent Kelvin Adams showed the Missouri Board of Education data Tuesday indicating the city's school system is just a few students shy of receiving the academic point needed to regain accreditation.

1/18/2012

The Bay City Education Association, representing 450 teachers, has tentatively approved a new contract with Bay City Public Schools, the two sides said in a joint press release on Tuesday.

1/18/2012

Critics were virtually the only people who showed up for a public hearing on proposed rules changes they claim will lead to more schools being taken over by the state.

1/18/2012

Two years ago, Arizona made headlines with its ban on ethnic studies in the state’s schools, and the Tucson school district in particular was under the spotlight for its Mexican-American Studies Program.

1/18/2012

There’s an interesting controversy going on in the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools, a middle-class school district in Western Wayne County. It has to do with banning books.

1/18/2012

For the second year in a row, Mississippi has the nation's weakest charter school law according to the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools' annual ranking of state charter school laws. Maine's law ranks first.

1/17/2012

1/17/2012

More than a third of the students in Boston public high schools were chronically absent last year, even as the city undertook additional efforts to lure students to school, according to a Globe analysis. 

1/17/2012

As Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday passes, many American youth lack adequate knowledge of his role, and that of many others, in the civil rights movement.

1/17/2012

Learn360, an interactive media-on-demand service for K12 education, announces the addition of a new publisher, Enzoology Education, which focus on STEM topics.

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