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Florida to review tougher school grading formula

For the second year in a row, the Florida Board of Education may tweak the state’s accountability standards on the eve of the release of school grades.

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Four Philadelphia staffers, two parents go on hunger strike for safe schools

Four members of local unions, two of whom have students in Philly public schools, began a hunger strike early yesterday in front of Gov. Corbett's Center City field office.

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U.S. News releases 2013 best high schools for STEM rankings

The rankings evaluate 500 gold medal public schools from the 2013 Best High Schools rankings, using Advanced Placement STEM test data for 2011 graduates as the benchmark. Of those schools, 250 earned a numerical rank for their STEM achievement.

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ASIS International's 59th Annual Seminar and Exhibits

September 24-27, 2013

Chicago, Illinois

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President Obama applauds NASSP efforts to raise awareness of mental health issues among young people

President Barack Obama recently applauded the commitment of NASSP (National Association of Secondary School Principals) to raising awareness and understanding of mental health issues and their impact on youth.

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New report shows states’ graduation requirements out of sync with Common Core

The report, “Out of Sync: Many Common Core states have yet to define a Common Core-worthy diploma,” found that of the 45 states that have voluntarily adopted Common Core, only 11 have aligned their graduation requirements in mathematics with those standards.

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Casio’s projection technology lights up classrooms

Understanding the need for advanced technology on a limited budget, the company’s breadth of educator tools were developed, delivering tailored solutions to increase efficiency and dynamically transform the classroom.

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Sassafras ships K2 v7.1 - enhances software identification and hardware discovery

K2’s new Product Recognition Service automatically analyzes the software discovered on computers within your organization and provides relevant product details for use in license management, software optimization, and cost reduction. With the addition of PRS, one of the most complicated configuration tasks has been eliminated for many products.

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Bright House and NeuLion announce new high school sports digital network

Powered by the NeuLion TV Everywhere Platform, the new online destination will offer fans access to their favorite high school sports content like never before on multiple devices including PCs, smartphones and tablets.

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Chicago Public Schools to lay off hundreds of teachers from closing schools

Chicago Public Schools said that 663 employees at schools the district is closing, including teachers, teaching assistants and bus aides, don't qualify to follow students to their new schools and will be laid off.

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