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N.J. High School Allowed Students to Graduate Despite Excessive Absences

Princeton High School allowed a "significant" number of students to graduate over a four-year period despite their excessive absences, and in some cases could not provide documentation to justify the waiving of attendance requirements, a state investigation concluded.

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ASA, NCTM Call for Increased Training for Pre-K—12 Statistics Teachers

The American Statistical Association (ASA) and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) are calling on school administrators across the country to provide high-quality training and professional-development opportunities that will help prepare future and current teachers to lead classes on statistics.

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2013 AASA Legislative Advocacy Conference

AASA’s Legislative Advocacy Conference is the premier opportunity for school superintendents to make their voices heard on Capitol Hill.

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Blended Learning Today and Tomorrow

View the on-demand presentation to learn the keys to a successful blended learning implementation, and what the future holds for this disruptive innovation, from renowned expert Michael Horn.

Debit card alternative to payroll checks

Watch this archive about a case study from Hillsborough County Public Schools in Florida, one of the largest districts in the country, and find out how and why the district is replacing payroll checks with the rapid!

Nutrition and Schools

Guidelines, what works and inspired ideas in action.

Reading Wonders

Discover how the McGraw-Hill Reading Wonders program unlocks the Common Core Standards through a digital, dynamic and engaging student/teacher experience.

Meetings to Focus on Plan for Fort Worth Schools

Superintendent Walter Dansby sees the development and launch of a five-year strategic plan for the district as a critical step in making sure everyone is on the same page.

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Virtual Learning Bills Gain Momentum in Fla. Legislature

Florida schoolchildren and college students will soon have greater access to online learning programs, if Republican lawmakers have their way.

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Principals at 4 Tucson Unified Schools May Lose Jobs Over Their Schools' Performance

The Tucson Unified School District is recommending that contracts not be renewed for four principals in charge of schools that are at risk of being labeled failing.

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