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Schools Reopen in Texas Town Rocked by Explosion

A tiny Texas town shaken by tragedy took a major step toward normalcy Monday as hundreds of students went back to school days after a fertilizer plant explosion leveled homes and killed at least 14 people.

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West Virginia Eighth Grader Charged after Wearing NRA T-Shirt to School

A West Virginia student was charged with causing a disruption at a middle school when he refused to remove a T-shirt that displayed the National Rifle Association’s logo and hunting rifle. Jared Marcum, 14, said the shirt did not violate Logan Middle School’s dress code policy.

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Boston Schools Brace for Questions, Tears Over Bombings

School officials said they are trying to be as prepared as possible to help children and staff after an emotional week off.

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CEE Introduces K-12 National Standards for Financial Literacy

These standards provide the basis of student assessment, for curriculum development, and for the development and correlation of personal finance to existing and new lessons and other teaching materials.

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One Call Now Chosen as Charter Advantage Partner

One Call Now is a Pearson ISV (Independent Software Vendor) partner for their student information system, PowerSchool. Schools already using the Pearson suite of educational technology solutions can easily add One Call Now as their notification services provider.

Hayward (Calif.) Superintendent Named Top Candidate for Berkeley Position

The school board has named Hayward USD Superintendent Donald Evans as its only finalist in a search to fill the top job in Berkeley.

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Starmount High (N.C.) Welcomes New Principal

Cody Hemric, the former assistant principal, will step in to the fill the shoes of former principal Junior Luffman.

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The Right - and Wrong - Role for Teachers

Bill Gates’ faith in test scores as indicators of effectiveness makes it clear that he buys the conventional wisdom that the teacher’s role is to “deliver information.” But what if the conventional wisdom is wrong?

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The Time Tipping Point

Throughout the country, educators are reconsidering the traditional school day and school year calendar and exploring ways to increase the amount of learning time provided to students.

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Fond du Lac (Wis.) School Board to Elect Officers, Decide Pay Rate

Members of the Fond du Lac Board of Education will choose officers and decide on their annual compensation during a reorganizational portion of Monday’s regular meeting. Elizabeth Hayes, who was recently re-elected to her tenth term on the board, currently serves as president. Julie Nett is vice president, Eric Everson, secretary/clerk, and Kathleen Nagle, treasurer, who was also re-elected, along with Mark Jurgella.

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