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Why College Students Stop Short of a Degree

Saddled with $50,000 in student loans, she decided that spending more time in class would derail her from pursuing opportunities in the job market.

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NYC Bans Halloween, Birthdays, Aliens and More on School Tests

Students in New York City’s public schools cramming for tests can delete words like birthdays, junk food, Halloween, dinosaur and even dancing from study lists.

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Houston Administrator to Be Baltimore Co. Superintendent

S. Dallas Dance, chief middle schools officer in the Houston school district, has been chosen as the next superintendent in Baltimore County.

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Florida Board of Education Reviews New Proposals for School Grading Formula

Florida’s new grade formula would not lower a school’s rank more than one letter grade under a set of recommendations presented to the state Board of Education on Tuesday in Miami.

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LightRaise allows you to create more dynamic learning spaces.


As the only interactive projector that includes SMART Notebook collaborative learning software, the LightRaise brings learning to life with engaging content.

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Gov. Malloy Says He Will Not Sign Revised Education Bill As Is, But He Expects Changes

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Tuesday that he won't sign the revised education reform bill as approved Monday by the legislature's Education Committee, but he added that those who drafted it agree it's not finished yet.

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U.S. Education Sec. Says Delaware on Right Path to Reform

During a roundtable discussion with school administrators, union leaders and legislators Friday, U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan said officials are taking the right steps to improve public schools in the First State.

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Idaho Dept. of Ed Partners With Discovery Education to Provide Digital Content to Schools

The Idaho State Department of Education announced it has signed an agreement with Discovery Education to provide digital content to classrooms across Idaho for the next five years. 

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Lexia Learning Announces Lexia Reading for the iPad

Currently in development, this app is the only research-validated literacy program available on the iPad, and will provide the full functionality of Lexia Reading. The app will be available later this year. 

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Early eBook Pioneer Bookshare Marks Decade of Innovations

Bookshare, the global leader in providing digital accessible books to people with print disabilities, announced its 10th anniversary this month. 

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