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Though she's only 16 years old, Rosalee Ramer of Watsonville, California is already a successful monster truck driver .
That may sound like a kill-the-messenger response to why American kids keep getting unsatisfying results on standardized tests.
Why Are Students Being Pushed Toward College ? Follow the money! The Associated Press reported that over 53% of people with degrees are jobless or underemployed while Texas legislators and the Texas Education Agency push college readiness standards.
It's not every day Democrats and Republicans get to shake their fist in the same direction.
A coalition of education, labor, civic and civil rights organizations, led by the American Federation of Teachers, is staging a "National Day of Action" on Monday with dozens of coordinated events in cities across the country that are aimed at building a national movement to fight corporate-influenced school reform and offer alternative ways to ... (more)
Area students who were ready to take the SAT on Saturday will have more time to study.
They posted perfect scores on two sections of state standardized tests, have exemplary attendance records and, according to a Hayward Unified official, are just "good kids."
CAMDEN The Rutgers University School of Law-Camden has been fined for accepting students who took standardized graduate school tests other than the Law School Admission Test, the American Bar Association's accrediting arm announced Wednesday.
NORTHERN KENTUCKY ACCUSED OF HAVING A SEXUAL RELATIONSHIP WITH A TEENAGE STUDENT ... HAS CHANGED HIS PLEA WLWT NEWS 5'S KRISTY DAVIS IS LEADING THE WAY ON THE STORY...WITH DETAILS ON WHAT HAPPENED IN COURT THIS MORNING.
Twenty-six thousand dollars. That's about how much students can save by going to a community college for two years, then transferring to a four-year school.
SCALE... NELSON MANDELA HAS PASSED AWAY... AT THE AGE 95. MANDELA IS REMEMBERED BY HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVISTS ALL OVER THE WORLD..
As a new school semester is just around the corner, seniors throughout the district will soon take the ACT WorkKeys Assessment.
If an adult working a full-time job can't eat, find a place to live, and clothe herself, then the United States is breaking its social contract.
The school board in Huntsville, Alabama, has unanimously decided to pay students for achieving benchmark scores on the ACT college admissions test in an effort, members said, to get kids to take the test more seriously.
South Korean students cheer their seniors' success in the Scholastic Aptitude Test in front of the main gate of an examination hall in Seoul, South Korea.