Submitted by Kylie Lacey on Sun, 03/10/2013 - 6:30pm
Last month, Gov. John Kasich made waves with his school-funding proposal. The waves have not ceased ... and local districts are still bobbing up and down in rather deep troughs.
Submitted by Georgia Langner on Fri, 03/08/2013 - 2:40pm
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Submitted by Georgia Langner on Fri, 03/08/2013 - 2:35pm
A panel of experts weighs in on what you need to know before implementing blended or online learning.
Submitted by Georgia Langner on Fri, 03/08/2013 - 2:32pm
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Submitted by Lynn Russo Whylly on Thu, 03/07/2013 - 4:45pm
This right is explicitly stated in the United Nations’ “Universal Declaration of Human Rights” adopted in 1948. It is well proven that education is a powerful tool by which economically and socially marginalized adults and children can lift themselves out of poverty and participate fully as citizens. In Kansas, the constitutional responsibility for adequate funding of public education rests with our state government. Each year, elected policymakers debate about how this obligation should be fulfilled.
Submitted by Lynn Russo Whylly on Thu, 03/07/2013 - 4:41pm
Everyone in Olympia is talking about how important education is these days. With a mandate from the state Supreme Court, the McCleary v. State ruling puts policymakers on the hook to find a way to fully fund basic education by 2018.
Submitted by Lynn Russo Whylly on Thu, 03/07/2013 - 3:55pm
Parents, staff and students from school districts across the state — Trenton, Camden, Irvington, Gloucester City — shared horror stories of broken windows, collapsing roofs and choking mold in dilapidated schools at a meeting yesterday of the state Schools Development Authority.
Submitted by Lynn Russo Whylly on Thu, 03/07/2013 - 3:52pm
The head of a western Massachusetts charter school says a student production of a play that retells the biblical story of Genesis with gay characters will go on as planned despite objections from some who say it’s offensive to Christians.
Submitted by Lynn Russo Whylly on Thu, 03/07/2013 - 3:49pm
The Education Department is investigating whether Seattle's public school district discriminates against black students by subjecting them to tougher and more frequent discipline than white students, agency and district officials said.
Submitted by Lynn Russo Whylly on Thu, 03/07/2013 - 3:45pm
To add to the busy schedules of high school principals and assistant superintendents, they go door-to-door to speak with students—and their parents—in the Clark County (Nev.) School District. These students have dropped out of high school, and administrators are encouraging them to return and pursue a diploma.