K12 Headlines

6/5/2012

6/5/2012

Total and its affiliate SunPower announced the commissioning of a new photovoltaic solar panel manufacturing and assembly plant in the De Vernejoul industrial park in Porcelette, Eastern France.

6/5/2012

New online software products like BrainPro Autism provide support and deliver positive changes in the brain, improving both reading and social skills for students with neurological disorders.

6/5/2012

Epson was featured on the nationally-syndicated morning talk show, LIVE! with Kelly, during its third annual "Top Teacher Week."

6/5/2012

Discovery Education and the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute announced the Grand Prize winner and two runners up of the ‘Spruce Up Your School’ sweepstakes. 

6/5/2012

Financially struggling schools nationwide are increasing the volume of advertising that children see in the halls, at football games and even on their report cards.

6/5/2012

The Bronx teacher accused of having sex with an underage student in 1995 — and busted last week for allegedly molesting a 9-year-old — wouldn’t have still been in the classroom if the city just gave its schools chief more power, officials said yesterday.

6/5/2012

The U.S. Education Department denied South Carolina's request to further appeal a $36 million penalty for not spending enough on special education during the economic downturn, meaning the cut could continue indefinitely.

6/5/2012

At Farrand Elementary in Plymouth, the 45 students trained as Bully Busters take their job of eradicating bullying seriously.For some of the kids, who have been bullied themselves, it's a personal mission.

6/5/2012

Blended learning is about to shake up public schools in Indianapolis.

6/5/2012

A new analysis of Minnesota school data finds charter enrollment growth is slowing statewide after years of rapid increases.

6/5/2012

About a quarter of students enrolled in charter schools in Ohio — more than 18,000 children — attend dropout-recovery schools.

6/5/2012

An eight million dollar payment made on Friday means an end to more than decades of debt for a California school district.

6/5/2012

What ever happened to public school being free?

6/5/2012

American schools need mega-broadband networks -- and they need them soon, a new report says.

6/4/2012

6/4/2012

Students can learn about DNA Profiling, fingerprints and skeletal secrets with this new series from the Smithsonian Channel. 

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