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Laboy's Legacy: School Leader's Tenure had Tumultuous Ups, Downs

During nearly a decade with Wilfredo T. Laboy in charge, the Lawrence Public Schools experienced the best of times and the worst of times.

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CK, 2 Other Kansas School Districts Get No Child Left Behind Waivers

Three Kansas school districts have received some but not all of the waivers they sought from the No Child Left Behind federal education law.

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Amherst Teachers Talk Rural Teaching in the Midwest with Department of Education

Rural schools’ needs are different than those of urban schools, Amherst Public Schools teachers say.

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A captivating classroom tool that's easy to use.


An Indiana district outfits every classroom with the MimioTeach interactive whiteboard system.

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Test Scores Suspicious Across US

Hundreds of school systems nationwide exhibit suspicious test scores that point to the possibility of cheating, according to an investigation by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

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Marketing Sells Meals! Suggestions for Your National School Lunch Programs


Get tips for improving school meal programs while adhering to USDA and Dietary Guideline. Plus, make your National School Lunch Program meals appeal to students.

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Chief Educational Technology/Innovation Officer


Mesa Public Schools is a K-12 district located 16 miles east of Phoenix in a suburban residential community supportive of education. The position of Chief Educational Technology/Innovation Officer provides leadership and direction for the Information Systems and Educational Technology Departments.

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How can schools address hunger?


Learn new ideas to help kids who come to school hungry.

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Fairfax Charter Proposal Reviewed by Board of Education

The Virginia Board of Education conducted a first review of a Fairfax County charter school application.

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Md: Don't Cut an Educational Lifeline for Low-Income Kids

The Maryland Department of Education is about to make a very big mistake. Under the Education and Secondary Education Act (better known as No Child Left Behind), low-income families whose children attend low-performing schools are eligible to receive supplemental educational services outside of the regular school day.

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