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Illinois School District Finds Little Interest in ‘Bring Your Own’ Computer Policy

(TNS) — While the Knoxville District 202 School Board reviews annual updates to its policies, one has become a bit noteworthy. Knoxville Superintendent Steve Wilder said he asked the board at its meet... read more

As Cell Phones Proliferate in K-12, Schools Search for Smart Policies

A decade ago, cellphones were devices that students in the Katy Independent School District used to complete their academic ... many of the nation's schools have moved in the direction of 'bring your ... read more

Struggling to get mental health assistance for their children, parents make the wrenching decision to give up custody

And new data collected by the University of Maryland for the federal government finds that Illinois is not alone in failing to address this issue. Mental health advocates say the problem is one of “to... read more

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ELECTION 2018 QUESTIONNAIRES: 104th Illinois House District

The 104th Illinois House District ... own land, we didn't inherit any and my husband farms the land himself. We are very much small family farmers, which are becoming increasingly scarce. My son is in ... read more


These Chicago students stay off the street by whistling fouls

So after school, he boards a bus or finds a ride to the park in Greater Grand Crossing, to the gym that is a haven. “The minute I get out of school, I come here. Play a little ball ... ready to take t... read more

Sexual harassment common among middle school children, study finds

Homophobic bullying is the precursor to sexual harassment among US schoolchildren, according to a new study by educational psychologist Dorothy Espelage, who conducted the research while on the Univer... read more

Meet the Suburban Parents

What Sinclair had learned from his own crusade to reform the meatpacking industry was that most social injustices are supported by powerful economic interests ... schools. In March of 2005, the Yankee ... read more

Big data, massive potential

Big data is an offspring of the computer ... interests, and can make predictions, based on your past and that of consumers like you,” Kohane said. “In medicine, most physicians in the standard, harrie... read more

Decoding Fortnite: 5 Things Educators Need to Know About the Hit Video Game

Some teachers are looking for ways to curb that craze, while others are looking for ways to leverage students' interest in the game to make connections in the classroom. Here's what school ... if the ... read more

How budget cuts and PTA fundraising undermined equity in San Francisco public schools

(Click to enlarge) Graphic by Tom Guffey, San Francisco Public Press But with an expected influx of state money this year, San Francisco will have new policy options to address the growing inequities ... read more

Little Boy Lost

Seven-year-old Kyron Horman simply disappeared from school. Left behind: his blended family, united. TONY YOUNG: Kyron, we miss you. What no one saw coming was that this family would start to doubt on... read more

Baltimore County’s $147 Million Tech Program Has Produced Little Change in Student Achievement

(TNS) — It has been four years since Baltimore County’s first elementary school children excitedly put their hands on their own laptops, beginning a $147 ... officials say teachers might have had too ... read more



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