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LAUSD Relocates Miramonte Elementary School Staff

A two-day closure went into effect at Miramonte Elementary School on Tuesday to enable the Los Angeles Unified School District to replace the entire staff following the arrests of two teachers on allegations of lewd acts and sexual crimes against students.

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Montclair (N.J.) Schools Supt. Says It's Time to Move On

 "I thought it was time to do something else."

With those words, Schools Superintendent Frank Alvarez brought the curtain down on his nearly nine years at the helm of the Montclair School District.

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Improve reading with books that match each student's interests and ability.


A new program called myON® reader from Capstone Digital connects student interests and reading ability with the largest online library of enhanced digital books, and it forecasts reading growth by student, class, grade and district.

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Rochester (N.Y.) District Eyes Longer Day for Students

For some of students at the city’s Integrated Arts and Technology High School, learning starts well before the school bell beckons them to the classroom.

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A captivating classroom tool that's easy to use.


An Indiana district outfits every classroom with the MimioTeach interactive whiteboard system.

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Launching a successful summer school/credit recovery program.


This Web seminar will offer real-world examples of how districts can successfully incorporate online credit recovery courses.

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Ind. Schools Recognized for High Grad Rates

Several high schools in northeast Indiana were recognized by the Indiana Department of Education for having high non-waiver graduation rates or dramatically increasing the number of students graduating without waivers in the 2010-2011 school year.

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Strategies for success:


Sustain a farm to school program.

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Junk Foods Still Plentiful at Elementary Schools

Junk food remains plentiful at the nation's elementary schools despite widespread efforts to curb childhood obesity, a new study suggests.

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Improving educator effectiveness: What works?


This web seminar will feature a rich discussion among district practitioners and thought leaders who are actively testing and uncovering solutions.

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