Uniforms and dress codes certainly aren’t new aspects of the scholarly experience, but the value of policing kids’ and teens’ wardrobe choices has come under fire a lot in the past year. Considering all this controversy over “appropriate” attire in academia, is it really necessary or worthwhile for schools to continue calling the shots fashion-wise in 2016?
LanSchool v8.0 is an expanded version of Lenovo’s classroom software technology, providing additional support for Chromebooks in education, enhanced digital safety, faster screen sharing capabilities and a newly designed Reports Server.
After spending 42 years as an educator with Elkhorn Public Schools, Superintendent Steve Baker is retiring. He was appointed superintendent in 2008, replacing Roger Breed, who left the Nebraska district to become the state education commissioner.
The California State Board of Education has approved sweeping changes to the way it measures school success. But less than a week after its vote, a bill could send board members back to the drawing board.
Unfortunately, traditional education systems don’t always work for every student. That’s why almost 30 Kansas school districts have pursued a different course in providing opportunity to help at-risk students graduate.
A group of families is suing a Virginia school district and federal authorities over the district's policy allowing students to use school restroom and locker room facilities that correspond with their gender identity.
The Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation and Discovery Education have launched the Together Counts program for the 2016-17 school year. The program is a comprehensive health and wellness initiative that offers educators and students standards-based curriculum.
Allegion, a global security products and solutions provider, announced that the technology and hardware upgrades for the Walled Lake Schools project will include more than $2.5 million of architectural hardware products.
Erie's schools have been pushed to the brink after six years of deep budget cuts and being systematically shortchanged. To give his students a better shot, the superintendent wants to send all his high schoolers to the more wealthy, whiter suburban schools.
In the last school year, the average salary for teachers, librarians, guidance counselors and other non-administrative staff reached nearly $70,000. That was almost 1 percent higher than in 2014-15 and 1.6 percent higher than in the previous year.
PC Connection, Inc., a national technology solutions provider, has changed its brand name to Connection. Connection unites PC Connection, GovConnection, MoreDirect and Softmart into one brand name to provide hardware, software, and services for the technology areas of converged data center, cloud, security, mobility, networking, software and lifecycle.
When kids get into trouble at school, traditional forms of discipline often lead to more trouble. Is there a more productive way to change behavior? The federal guidelines suggest that educators consider, among other alternatives, an approach called restorative justice, which differs radically from zero tolerance.
State residents are showing an increased faith and optimism in local public schools and teachers but believe there is room for improvement, according to a new poll. Thirty percent said their local schools have “gotten worse.” When the same question was asked four years ago, 45 percent said schools had gotten worse.
In a broad and lucid indictment of the funding system for education in Connecticut, a state Superior Court judge had the wisdom and courage to call it what it has become: befuddled, misdirected and irrational.
A new audit is raising concerns over school bus inspections, which are done by Michigan State Police. While the division did all of the initial school bus inspections, they only did 40 percent of the re-inspections of the defective buses. Most of the time school districts were self-certifying their own buses back into circulation.