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Remember Our Public Schools in Ariz.

What may get lost this week is that after nearly two decades of expanding choice options in our state, traditional public schools continue to be the choice for nearly nine out of 10 Arizona students.

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Down to Three S.C. Superintendent Finalists, All Have Local Ties

The three finalists for superintendent in Anderson School District 5 — Harriet Jaworowski, Veta Powell New, and Thomas A. Wilson — possess a combined experience of 106 years in education.

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Mass. Schools Tap Richard Langlois for Superintendent Post

The Marlborough School Committee on Saturday voted to hire Richard Langlois, head of the Saugus public schools, as the district’s new superintendent.

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5 effective steps to solving the bullying epidemic, and the tools to get you there

View the on-demand presentation to learn how districts can use the latest technology to combat bullying, violence, drug abuse and other dangerous behavior.

DreamBox introduces Intelligent Adaptive Learning™

Transform the way your students learn mathematics through a groundbreaking combination of intelligent adaptive learning™ technology, rigorous elementary mathematics curriculum, and motivating learning environments.

A Son’s Fears and a Father’s Response

Starting to feel safe again after the Sandy Hook tragedy.

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S.C. Teacher Uses Animation Software to Engage Young Minds

The program allows students to create cartoons and get hands-on experience with what they've learned in class.

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N.C. Public Elementary School Enrollment Falls

Growth of private and charter schools is draining student population

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7 Pa. Schools Earn National Honor for Healthy Lifestyle Choices

In addition to stricter rules for the type of food schools serve, the HealthierUS Schools Challenge was started in 2004 to reward schools that go above and beyond.

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Cash-Strapped Wis. Schools Brace for State Budget

Every school district has dealt with reductions and tried to find as many efficiencies as they possibly can, but are now having to make significant reductions in staff.

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