K12 Headlines

4/18/2012

4/18/2012

Communication, relationships, perspective — these themes were the essence of a special education forum led by Superintendent Joshua P. Starr Monday night at Seneca Valley High School.

4/18/2012

New York City is filled with schools marked twice over for death.

4/18/2012

The School Reform Commission is expected to decide at its Thursday meeting whether to accept staff recommendations not to renew agreements with three Philadelphia charter schools.

4/18/2012

Police in Georgia handcuffed a kindergartner after the girl threw a tantrum and the police chief defended the action.

4/18/2012

Anne Arundel school officials said Monday they got most of the money they wanted under the county executive’s spending plan for next year, which includes money for 62 additional teachers.

4/18/2012

New York City plans to open 54 new schools serving 21,000 students, including an academy of software engineering for grades nine through 12, Mayor Michael Bloomberg said.

4/18/2012

Responding to today's challenges of school systems for the need for transparency, workflow efficiencies and effective leadership, the Missouri School Boards' Association has partnered with eBOARDsolutions, the provider of a unique suite of web-based tools that helps school leadership teams streamline and align their governance and leadership work. 

4/18/2012

ASCD invites educators from around the globe to participate in this year’s free Whole Child Virtual Conference, held May 3–11, 2012. 

4/18/2012

This platform offers students an avenue to safely and anonymously report their concerns, while empowering school administrators to respond effectively, efficiently and consistently to each report as it is made.

4/18/2012

After 30 years of publishing books and classroom materials for the PreK-8 educational market, Rourke Publishing is changing its name to Rourke Educational Media.

4/18/2012

Florida's testing season kicks into high gear Monday, marking a springtime tradition for 2.2 million students in public school.

4/17/2012

4/17/2012

After taking home eight medals in state competition last month, Career Tech Education students from Central Baldwin Middle School are gearing up for the national competition.

4/17/2012

Governors of both parties have promoted education reform, but so far no one has delivered more than Louisiana's Bobby Jindal.

4/17/2012

The project has provided nearly 100 local green jobs and is expected to reduce the district's utility costs by $20 million over the next 25 years.

4/17/2012

Schoolwires Centricity2 Web and content management solution has earned SIF certification from the SIF Association. 

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