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Weingarten says people need to talk more about how to "attract, retain, support and nurture great teaching for kids at risk."
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Montgomery County's longstanding student achievement gap will bring together county and school officials as they try to hammer out ways to shrink those differences between high schools that have low or high levels of student poverty.
High school juniors will have a new required exam waiting for them in April that could help them prepare for college.
Ohio is one of the many states in the U.S. that is scheduled to implement the controversial Common Core requirements next year.
BESE submitted a compromise to Governor Jindal regarding next year's standardized testing.
It is past time for Michigan's citizens and policymakers to acknowledge the crisis looming in the state's future: The state's public schools are failing to educate the next generation of Michiganders.
Many of us tend to align ourselves with either numbers or words. We're either math brains or we're reading brains.
VEHICLES, BUT THEY WILL HAVE TO RETURN THEM. SOME ARE SAYING THAT IT'S A LOGISTICAL NIGHTMARE.
Fresh face: "I'm really into bright, neon colours, like having a simple outfit but with a splash of colour - whether that's a bright clutch or a top," Dusanka said.
Traumatic experiences in childhood can end up destroying lives. The best cure is prevention, but if a child has already been maltreated, intensive, early intervention can minimise the impact.
The Altadena NAACP Freedom Fund Luncheon, celebrating 30 years of service, brought the Altadena ACT-SO musicians of the past and present together.
PUPILS at a York primary school are bringing the magic of Disney and their local high street to their end of term play.
A group of nine condominiums statewide, including one in Boynton Beach, have joined to fight investors who are working under a condo termination law to turn their communities into apartments.
The board of the state's largest school district on Tuesday night appeared to have consensus on a resolution that would call for Oregon to avoid immediately using the new tests in school and teacher ratings.
The Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests are administered to students in grades 3-8 in the subjects of reading, language arts, math, science and social studies.
"The more recess the better," she said. "If he doesn't have some kind of release of that energy it seems like he can't concentrate and that's even true at home."
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