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Tech-savvy Kansas School District Opts for Literature Program Developed to Meet Common Core State Standards

El Dorado Public Schools adopted Pearson’s Prentice Hall Literature Common Core to provide individualized instruction digitally and meet each student at his or her learning level.

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4G Bridges the Digital Divide in Rural Areas

President Obama hopes to bring high-speed wireless Internet to all rural areas in the next five years.

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Grade Retention and Other Dead-End Educational Policies

Education policy, like so many areas of lawmaking, is rife with reform proposals that, while attractive on paper, are supported by little or no evidence.

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Senate Panel Rejects Bill on School-Bus Advertising in California

The Senate Education Committee on Wednesday rejected a bill that would have opened the door to advertising on the sides of school buses, prompting outrage from the legislation's author: GOP leader Bob Huff.

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Chicago's Middle Class Not Interested in 'Hidden Gem' High Schools

Fifteen years after Chicago embedded International Baccalaureate programs in tough neighborhood schools, the programs have not attracted the middle class.

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A Local Link for Overseas Students

Tom Zhou arrived from Beijing three years ago to attend Chinese Christian High School here. The 17-year-old is graduating in June and is set to attend the University of California, Los Angeles in the fall.

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Black Engineers Help Connect K-12 Students with STEM Education, Mentorship

Think engineers are made in college? Think again.

Calvin Phelps, national chair of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) says engineers are built in the third or fourth grade.

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Palm Beach County School Superintendent Says Changes Among Top Administrators Saves District at Least $466,000

Superintendent Wayne Gent is shuffling top leadership positions at the Palm Beach County School District, undoing changes brought on only months before by former Superintendent Bill Malone - and, Gent said, saving at least $466,000 in the process.

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Using data to predict and improve student outcomes


California district uses the Measured Progress DATAWISE platform to link district and state assessments, help teachers target interventions

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Is Fruit Juice a Healthy Beverage for Kids?


Nutrition experts weigh in to dispel the myths associated with fruit juice consumption by children.

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