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That's the modus operandi of North Carolina Superintendent of Public Instruction June Atkinson.
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Everyone learns at their own pace and at a school in your town Weston, it's designed specifically around that concept.
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The Carroll County Board of Education is asking the state delegation to support an expanded timeline for the implementation of state-mandated education reform initiatives, including the Common Core State Standards, during the upcoming General Assembly.
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Keller and Northwest school district officials spent last week cleaning up from the ice storm that closed schools for three days and assessing their procedures.
Stricter requirements go into effect next year for recipients of Arkansas' lottery-funded scholarships, which means about 2,000 fewer students will be eligible for the award, according to projections from the Arkansas Department of Higher Education.
Don't look now, but the two major candidates for governor are actually focusing on a real issue that affects millions of Texans - public education.
The state Board of Regents on Monday recommended a 6 percent increase in state education funding next fiscal year, saying the $1.3 billion increase is needed for struggling districts and pre-kindergarten programs.
For his first film, "Rink Rats," local documentarian Dan Hornberger revisited his youth, focusing on the defunct Western Berks Street Hockey Rink near Sinking Spring.
New York City parents have an extra challenge when it comes to gifts at holiday time.
Harvard deferred 3197 applicants to regular decision out of 4692 students who applied "single-choice" early action this fall.
Indiana education politics has dwelt in drama-queen land recently, with state Superintendent Glenda Ritz unsuccessfully trying to sue the school board she chairs for discussing over email an idea she heard in a previous meeting.
It's not what you want to see but it just might arrive--how to handle early decision rejections as well as deferrals For many seniors around the country, early admission returns have begun to roll in.
The signature, the ability to sign one's own name with grace and confidence, has long been an essential marker of society.
If you're a parent with a child in third grade this year, then you are probably aware of Ohio's new Third Grade Reading Guarantee law that puts added pressure on your son or daughter to score proficient or greater on the state's reading achievement test or else they will end up in summer school and most likely be retained.