K12 Headlines

4/17/2012

4/17/2012

To help teachers and administrators implement the Common Core, the educators at School Improvement Network released their popular Common Core webinar series to the public.

4/17/2012

Maryland Congressman John P. Sarbanes says environmental education must be a national priority.

4/17/2012

What students in California's public schools learn today is based on a framework created in 1997 that spells out when students learn multiplication, the states' capitals and other lessons.

4/17/2012

The US Department of Education is probably safe, for now. No matter who wins in November.

4/17/2012

Countries that are best at preparing their math teachers share several key conditions generally lacking in the United States, researchers say.

4/17/2012

After 34 years spent working in the city school system, Laura Rodriguez, the deputy chancellor for students with disabilities and English language learners, stepped down on Monday.

4/17/2012

Alec Baldwin visited the nation's capital on Monday to press for increased federal funding for the arts after government dollars were cut last year, saying such funding ensures the public affordable access to theater, dance and music.

4/16/2012

4/16/2012

To support summer reading, Capstone Digital announces the 2012 Summer Reading Olympics for any school using myON reader. 

4/16/2012

Through the partnership, Discovery Education will provide three BYkids youth-filmed documentaries to classrooms across the nation through Discovery Education streaming.

4/16/2012

PublicSchoolWORKS has received the 2012 Bronze Stevie Award in the Front-Line Customer Service Team of the Year category. 

4/16/2012

Epson America introduced the EPSON PowerLite X15 , delivering bright images and advanced connectivity to small- and medium-sized classrooms and conference rooms for $599.

4/16/2012

Still far from covering its $24.7 million in startup costs, the Education Achievement Authority is seeking federal money given to low-performing schools in Michigan to jumpstart turnaround efforts.

4/16/2012

This week, a team from the Alabama Department of Education will replace the Birmingham Board of Education as decision makers for the state's fourth-largest school system.

4/16/2012

While Gov. Bobby Jindal and his legislative allies celebrate the passage of sweeping changes to the state’s public-education system, some local teachers and teachers-in-training say they fear for the future the reforms have created.

4/16/2012

We applaud The News Journal’s coverage of movements engaging students in STEM studies to prepare for life’s work and citizenship in Delaware. 

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