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Explainer: can religious schools discriminate in their enrolments?

It is also the only state that requires schools to demonstrate that their school is oversubscribed before being granted that exemption. The proposed amendments will therefore bring Tasmania into line ... read more

2015: Education in NJ Will See the Consquences of Earlier Policy Decisions

It should be a busy year for education policy and politics in New Jersey, with Christie’s fate -- or at least his intentions -- near the top of the list. But the state also stands at several crossroad... read more

Your Child Can Go To School In Another District In Your Area

The state also has many small districts and schools that sometimes experience population shifts that result in budget crunches. Opening enrollment beyond the district's boundaries can alleviate the ef... read more

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Life Inside China’s Social Credit Laboratory

According to the system’s founding document, released by the State Council ... has its own social credit system that’s separate from Rongcheng’s. Here, the criteria boil down to whether you take care ... read more

Classrooms flooded with devices

A 2012 Ministry of Education survey found 25 per cent of schools already had a "bring your own device" (BYOD) policy or were planning one ... The move towards digital technology "is not optional," say... read more

OUR TOWN: New Baltimore Historical Society picnic Saturday

Bring your own food, beverage and snacks and be ready for a suggested ... Representatives from Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute, McLaren Hospital and the Michigan State University Extension Servi... read more

Beyond FERPA: Five Tips For Protecting Student Data

How can district technology leaders make sure that their schools ... policies and the laws of their particular state. The panel offered some suggestions for issues to bring up in conversations with ve... read more

Children and human rights abuses: coming to an international stage?

Paula Gerber does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive ... has also ratified both of its other Optional Protocols, one on child soldiers and the other on the sale of children into prostitut... read more

Things to do over winter break in Central New York

We polled The Post-Standard newsroom for fun things to do over winter break in Central New York - inside ... of the hill in Syracuse's Thornden Park to watch the sun rise or set. • Hold a game board p... read more

CANDIDATE Q&A: JB Pritzker, Democratic candidate for Illinois governor

What is your ... policy. One of the most important ways to increase state revenue is to grow jobs and economic activity, which is an important focus of my campaign and something I have done in my own ... read more

Community Fund of Darien Launches New Crowdfunding Site

Pick a project that resonates with your giving values and support it! Or create your own project. The best part is that this ... support the projects and consider providing an optional donation to The ... read more

Opinion: Is It Time to Cash in on Charter Schools? I Don’t Think So

Last week, for example, AFT President Randi Weingarten bemoaned a “Wal-Mart-ization of American education” that “[drains] funds from students” through “corporate-style education policies in order to b... read more

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