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Study: Unhappy teachers cost NJ between $28M and $61M Disrespect and workload burdens blamed for burnout.
Lee County School board members have been under fire for passing a vote to opt the district out of state mandated tests.
Breitbart Texas reported on Aug. 30, 2014 that the national non-profit, public interest law firm, Thomas More Law Center , released an opt-out form for parents in a response to the data mining associated with Common Core .
After ten years of tutoring law school applicants, I know that thorough preparation and a complete understanding of the test is the only way to ensure that an applicant maximizes his or her score.
VHTA spends thousands of dollars each year lobbying the legislature and the governor's office to keep Virginia's students from getting back to school too early.
High school ag teachers in short supply Schools are increasingly unable to hire as many agriculture teachers as they need.
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As kids all across the country once again set their alarms for back-to-school wake-up calls, one group of doctors says if those students don't snooze, they could lose.
Chinese students have shown an insatiable appetite for attending US colleges - last year alone, more than 235,000 were enrolled at American institutions of higher education.
A few months ago, the College Board announced significant changes to the format of the SAT.
The General Assembly passed a law this summer that opponents of Common Core hope will derail its use in North Carolina's public schools.
While local students prepare for their first day of school, at least three local high schools can claim bragging rights based on school "report cards" published over the last 10 days or so.
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College-level courses in subjects ranging from calculus and physics to film and dance are expanding in high schools across Long Island, despite enrollment declines and financial strains that have led to cutbacks in other programs, a Newsday analysis finds.
With help from headphones and an iPad, 10-year-old William Grijalvas stays tuned in to Mathis Santella's fourth-grade math class at Ashley Elementary School in Denver.
College-bound students planning to take the ACT will have two opportunities to enroll in preparation classes at the Medina County Career Center, 1101 W. Liberty St., Medina.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 01:22 am
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