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Ypsilanti Pushes Back School Start Times to Save $500,000

Students at Ypsilanti Public Schools will start class next week anywhere from 10 to 40 minutes later than last year, a move designed to save the cash-strapped district money.

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Some Schools Tell Students to Bring Own Technology

Not so long ago, most school districts had very strict policies: Leave your cellphones and laptops at home.

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Iowa Ed Reform Plan Plows Familiar Ground

If many of the education reform ideas like teacher career paths, mentoring and performance reviews that are being discussed by state officials and task forces have a familiar ring to them, they should.

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Obama, Romney Spar Over Private-sector's Role in Education

On the campaign trail during the past week, President Barack Obama talked a lot about education.

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Gainsville (Ga.) Schools Cope with Overcrowding

The Gainesville City School System finds itself this year in a good news-bad news situation.

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Pac-12 Schools in Washington Spending Big Bucks on Facilities, Coaches

To illustrate the boom in improvements to football facilities in the Pacific-12 Conference, we take you to Pullman, where the numbers two and four are graphic evidence of what's going on in the league.

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Texas Public Schools vs. Their Unproven Alternatives

In a recent letter to the editor, Gen. Marc Cisneros wondered why private schools do better than public schools and suggested diverting public school funds to vouchers to send more students to private schools.

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Schools Looking to End Bullying in N.C. School District

Gaston County Schools wants to start a chain reaction of caring one student at a time.

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Teachers, Staff Increase in N.C. Area Schools

There will be a few more teachers in area schools as students head back to class Monday in Onslow and Carteret counties.

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Virtual Schools Help Some Florida Students Get Ahead

Scattered across Marion County, students of all ages — primarily in middle and high school — are taking online courses for a variety of reasons.

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