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D.C. Charter Schools Show Improvements in Test Scores v. Public Schools

D.C.'s charter schools aren't only growing faster than traditional public schools, but they're also showing bigger improvements in citywide standardized tests.

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Los Angeles Schools Falling Apart, Literally

In the last five years, the district has lost about 500 custodians and plant managers, along with about 650 carpenters, electricians and plumbers, according to chief facilities executive Mark Hovatter.

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Teacher Education to Blame for Failing Schools

American education is in a sorry state of affairs, and there’s enough blame for all participants to have their fair share.

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Celebrating Success Stories in Idaho K12 Education

Lakeland School District Superintendent Mary Ann Ranells said she has been blessed to be an educator for 40 years and that being a part of the Idaho Leads Project made her feel special.

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Woodruff Construction Asks Ames (Iowa) School Board for Fresh Start

A regional president of Woodruff Construction told the Ames Community School Board Monday that he hoped to start the Miller Avenue school project with a clean slate.

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N.J. Lawmakers Blast Slow Pace of School Repairs, Construction

State school officials say they will begin construction on a dozen new schools this year, after virtually no building in the three years since Gov. Christie took office.

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Are Your Students Ready for Future Work?

Teaching "transcendent" skills that will mark successful workers in the future.

TipSoft for Education

Allows students to confidentially share bullying and other safety issues with administrators through Web, SMS, and Android or Apple iOS mobile applications.

25 Big Ideas About Online Learning in 25 Minutes

A panel of experts weighs in on what you need to know before implementing blended or online learning.

Grand Island (N.Y.) Schools Talk Possible Personnel Cuts, Solar Panels

The Grand Island Board of Education is considering about 25 personnel reductions in an effort to close a $1.5 million gap between expenses and revenues in the 2013-14 budget.

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