Submitted by ANGELA PASCOPELLA on Wed, 05/02/2012 - 9:09am
Educators showed their anxiety Tuesday about the future of their profession under state education reform, which some worried might cause them to lose their livelihoods despite their hard work and genuine care for student success.
Submitted by Courtney Williams on Wed, 05/02/2012 - 9:08am
The public education system these days is rife with ways that private enterprises can make money.
Submitted by ANGELA PASCOPELLA on Wed, 05/02/2012 - 9:05am
Arts, music and middle school sports programs in Clayton schools will be spared next year, but possibly at the expense of 134 teaching jobs under a cost-cutting plan approved by the school board this week.
Submitted by Courtney Williams on Wed, 05/02/2012 - 9:04am
Texas Education Commissioner Robert Scott will resign in July after five years on the front lines of the state's public education battles, the agency announced Tuesday.
Submitted by ANGELA PASCOPELLA on Wed, 05/02/2012 - 9:02am
District officials had mixed reactions to the release of graduation rates for each New Jersey district and public high school Tuesday. The figures use a revamped formula that has clipped back previously reported rates.
Submitted by Marion Herbert on Tue, 05/01/2012 - 1:01am
Officials look to bolster communications with residents using Facebook, Twitter, and other forms of digital communications. The Wayne (N.J.) Public School District has created a social media network to enhance communication and information sharing with the community.
Submitted by Marion Herbert on Tue, 05/01/2012 - 12:57am
The cursing, the squabbling and the anger in Miller County (Ga.) might not end, but the school board as it is currently composed there will.
Submitted by Marion Herbert on Tue, 05/01/2012 - 12:55am
Arkadelphia (Ark.)School District Superintendent Donnie Whitten said staff changes at Louisa E. Perritt Primary were spurred by information from a Department of Human Services (DHS) investigation involving several children.
Submitted by Marion Herbert on Tue, 05/01/2012 - 12:45am
Bedford one of two NH school districts in danger of losing its International Baccalaureate program to HB 1403.
Submitted by Marion Herbert on Tue, 05/01/2012 - 12:42am
Declaring that “government has failed to do what government should be doing,” Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo moved to assert his influence over New York State’s education policy, appointing a former Citigroup chairman to lead a new commission charged with improving student performance.