K12 Headlines

8/10/2012

8/10/2012

Small statewide gains and a couple of curious declines marked the inaugural 2012 results of TCAP — the Transitional Colorado Assessment Program — that, for the most part, continued a flat performance trend from the CSAP test it replaced.

8/10/2012

Students at Hoover High School will have a powerful new resource at their disposal when classes resume later this month.

8/10/2012

The Berkley School District is working to respond to a new Michigan Department of Education requirement for schools with large gaps in performance that could result in a number of student transfers within the district.

8/10/2012

Nearly all the school districts and some elite schools in the Greater Houston area failed to meet tougher federal academic targets this year, confusing parents, frustrating educators and prompting calls for changes to the No Child Left Behind law.

8/10/2012

Three Innovation Schools in Boston were among 20 state-wide that were awarded grants to help the schools better serve their student populations and invest in new educational tools.

8/10/2012

Once upon a time, in the not too distant past, school officials and parents feared the worst if smartphones and digital tablets fell into the hands of children at school.

8/9/2012

8/9/2012

Kramer Middle School continues its focus on improving instruction and investing in technology by partnering with ed tech training leader Atomic Learning.

8/9/2012

The acquisition strengthens McGraw-Hill Education's position as a leader in dynamic math education technology and expands company offerings that address Common Core State Standards.

8/9/2012

Educators in Edison Township N.J. School District selected HMH Fuse Algebra 1 and increased test scores nearly 10 percent over their textbook-using peers.

8/9/2012

EducationCity is adding over 100 new Kindergarten through second grade activities aligned to the Common Core State Standards.

8/9/2012

The ability of children living in the Kansas City Public Schools district boundary to transfer to other districts now rests in the hands of a Jackson County judge — at least for now.

8/9/2012

The Keokuk (Iowa) School District will soon have a new superintendent.

8/9/2012

The Peoria Unified School District is among 25 percent of school districts in Arizona to earn an A from the state.

8/9/2012

It’s being called a loan not even a subprime lender would make.

8/9/2012

If you have a child who gets bored in class, Travis Allen could serve as an inspiration.

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