Margaret Reist: Early Childhood Education Unhappy Parents And Avoiding Remedial Math Courses In College | Latest News RSS feed
Margaret Reist: Early Childhood Education Unhappy Parents And Avoiding Remedial Math Courses In College - Latest News
Margaret Reist: Early childhood education, unhappy parents and avoiding remedial math courses in college
Nearly 250 business, civic and education leaders from more than 70 Nebraska communities will gather in Kearney on Monday to talk about early childhood education. And part of that discussion will ... read more
Budget crisis: Ann Arbor schools issues layoff notices for 233 teachers
She said in 2010, the Ann Arbor Education Association took a 2.2 percent pay cut to avoid laying off 191 teachers and in March, the union took another 3 percent cut. "The math is yelling in ... of AAP... read more
Nominate your favourite school teacher! #MyFavouriteTeacher
Life Matters wants to hear from you: who was your favourite schoolteacher, and why? Great teachers transform our lives. They’re the unsung heroes of our childhoods. Now's your chance to celebrate a sc... read more
Looking for another news?
I can't afford my calling anymore.
CA-Sen covers both senate races. NY-GOV covers the New York governor's race. Tags do not compound: that is, "education reform" is a completely different tag from "education". A tag like "reform" alone ... read more
Twenty years later, people still remember Candi Harms
It claimed the life of a young woman -- a college student ... with (Candi’s parents) Stan and Pat Harms.” The memory is still vivid, 20 years later. Sears was 23 and a recent UNL graduate enrolled in ... read more
Low literacy cannot be tolerated or excused any longer
There is a chasm between research and practice - a persistent problem in education that the FIVE from FIVE project aims to resolve. Whether or not a child learns to read should not be a matter of chan... read more