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Freshmen can stay in Lockwood next year
The district plans to use an auxiliary building originally planned to house career and technical education courses ... offered or would create crowding of existing classes." Trustees must sign off ... read more
Arkansas Gov: All High Schools Should Teach Computer Science
Within one academic year, Arkansas’s public schools ... education leaders and, of course, our students. We are off to a great start. Arkansas already has met the majority of national computer science ... read more
Troubled schools on trial: What does a high school diploma prove?
“In order to address the needs of Connecticut students and the schools that serve them, our state’s graduation requirements must… refrain from relying upon end-of-course ... in the [State Board of Edu... read more
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How They Are Getting Away with It
I have no connection with Haas Hall Academy, the charter school that is currently rated (under our state’s terrible grading system) as the best high school in Arkansas ... attentions of the State Boar... read more
President Signs ESEA Rewrite, Giving States, Districts Bigger Say on Policy
(It couldn't get on board with Duncan's teacher-evaluation vision.) Kirst is happy to be shrugging off NCLB for ... D-Wash., signs the Every Student Succeeds Act, a major education law setting U.S. pu... read more
Educators struggle to reduce need for remedial classes in SD colleges
Every year, about 30 percent of South Dakota high school graduates who enroll in a state university must take remedial courses ... Education, said improving learning in the K-12 system may require a d... read more
Controversial course with links to Koch network won't be offered in TUSD schools this year
But the Governing Board backed off reviving the course after they ... Rincon and University high schools. But unlike in past years, the course would have only been offered as an elective. Previously i... read more
We Don’t Need No Education?
The purpose of education ... high quality schooling. (Suburban schools for the well-heeled certainly think so.) In an innovative, large-scale, and randomized-control study on the effects of a single f... read more
Does Public Education Have a Future?
Democrats may be the last, best friend of “the system,” but they must confront the fact that ... Secretary of the Massachusetts State Board of Education, and so-called father of the Common Schools mov... read more
A transcript of Gov. JB Pritzker's budget address
So few people have held these jobs – we must ... schools and universities and human services that most families rely upon. For the sake of argument let’s agree that there’s at least a need to address ... read more
California improves access to computer science courses, but still has work to do, according to new research
Harrigan said she is enthusiastic about the progress California has made, particularly the adoption of California’s computer science standards by the State Board of Education on ... that 32 percent of ... read more
'I Had a Right to Be at Central': Remembering Little Rock's Integration Battle
Board of Education that school ... closed all of Little Rock’s public high schools to avoid integration, leaving 3,700 students stranded. Carlotta was not deterred, completing 11th grade by taking cor... read more