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When Teachers Are the Bully's Target

A 2011 study, "Understanding and Preventing Violence Directed Against Teachers," reported 80% of about 3,000 K-12 teachers surveyed felt victimized by students, students’ parents or colleagues in the past year.

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Personalized learning in elementary schools.

View the on-demand presentation to hear what the future holds.

New Money and Old Challenges in the Golden State

District leader reviews funding options after Proposition 30.

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.

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Fla. Gov. Gives Schools $15 Million

On Monday Governor Rick Scott delivered a check for $15 million to the cash strapped school district as part of the state’s School Recognition Program which gives financial rewards to schools based on sustained or significantly improved student achievement in reading, mathematics, science, and writing.

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Rural Ohio Schools Hope to Tap into Oil and Gas Drilling Boom

Carroll County in east central Ohio is at the center of the oil and gas drilling boom, and the local school district wants to tap into that boom – literally.

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Portland Public Schools to Host Budget Listening Sessions

If you're itching to tell Portland Public Schools about your educational priorities this month, you're in luck.

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Memphis Leaders Talk Schools Funding Prospects

The thought is that the city of Memphis will come up with some amount of funding for the consolidated school district once the schools consolidation crosses over into the new fiscal year that starts July 1.

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Iowa Schools Expand AVID College Prep Program

A program in Boise schools is spreading, and providing students with a better chance at graduating and going on to college.

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Finance Committee Ponders Staff Reductions in Va. Schools

With no place else to turn for funding, Halifax County School administrators have set their sights on reducing potential staff in order to cut $640,000 from the proposed budget.

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