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  1. Enrollment is key number for school districts14 min agoRead the original story w/Photo

    5 min ago | Pequot Lakes Echo

    For the Pequot Lakes School District, enrollment is at the center of every action taken, as it has a direct effect on staff hires and other necessary purchases.


  2. Ministry of Education intervenes at troubled Te Tipua SchoolRead the original story w/Photo

    8 min ago | Southland Times

    Another troubled Southland school is under the spotlight due to "relationship issues" between the principal and her staff and the Board of Trustees. The Ministry of Education has appointed a limited statutory manager to intervene at the rural Te Tipua School near Gore after a July ERO report said the relationship issues between "key people" needed to be fixed forthwith.


  3. D.C.'s new approach to high school electives: What's being offeredRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    Ning Zhou teaches Chinese I to students at Cardozo Education Campus in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, August 27, 2015. Chinese is one of the 22 electives offered to students at the Cardozo this year, up from just six last year.


  4. Latest gift to Newark schools marks beginning of end for $100M Facebook fundRead the original story w/Photo

    11 min ago |

    Kimberly Baxter McClain, the president and CEO of the Foundation for Newark's Future, and Newark Superintendent of Schools Christopher Cerf announce a $700,000 donation to help public school principals and teachers fund new programming and school supplies on Wednesday at First Avenue School. (Dan Ivers NEWARK - The Foundation for Newark's Future announced a gift to district teachers and principals Wednesday morning, an act that kicks off the final year of its often controversial plan to transform the city's schools.


  5. Town Of Medford Sends Early Dismissal ReminderRead the original story w/Photo

    13 min ago |

    Reminder- the first day of school, Wed., Sept. 2 will be an early release day for elementary students (1:30 pm dismissal). Fri., Sept. 4 will be an early release day for ALL students (noon dismissal).


  6. Schaghticoke Middle School principal resignsRead the original story w/Photo

    13 min ago | News Times

    Ford, 66, has served as the middle school principal since 2004. She came to New Milford from Amity Regional Junior High School in Bethany where she was also principal.


  7. Schenectady wants to expand program that sends food home withRead the original story w/Photo

    17 min ago | Albany Times Union

    SEFCU President and CEO Michael J. Castellana, left, student volunteer, Paige 7th grader Myasya Mayotte and MVP Health Care President and CEO Denise Gonick, right, pack bags for the Weekend Backpack Partnership Wednesday Sept. 2, 2015 at Pleasant Valley School in Schenectady, NY.


  8. What's happeningRead the original story w/Photo

    17 min ago | Davis Enterprise

    The third annual "Best of Davis" photo contest takes place during the month of September. Participants enter in one of three age categories: 6-11; 12-17; and 18 and up.


  9. Teachers may apply for school arts grantsRead the original story w/Photo

    17 min ago | Davis Enterprise

    The Davis School Arts Foundation is accepting grant applications to support arts programs in Davis public schools during the 2015-16 academic year. DSAF is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization committed to the belief that every child should have access to the arts at every grade level and that visual and performing arts are essential for the education of the whole child.


  10. Politicians providing fiction, not fact on LongmeadowRead the original story w/Photo

    19 min ago | Daily Herald

    Algonquin Village President John Schmitt has gone to great lengths to put a positive spin on the Longmeadow highway and bridge project. This four-lane 50 mph highway would slice through quiet neighborhoods, near elementary and middle schools.


  11. Improving teacher effectiveness with an in-classroom camera systemRead the original story w/Photo

    19 min ago | District Administration

    Like most districts, increasing the graduation rate is a top priority in the School District of Palm Beach County. And with 187 schools and 183,000 students, the Florida district has a large challenge.


  12. CORE Homebuilders River Springs in DaculaRead the original story w/Photo

    21 min ago | Atlanta Real Estate Forum

    Dacula is a historic city just 30 minutes northeast of Atlanta. The city is full of history! It is home to the oldest building in metro Atlanta, the Elisha Winn House.


  13. The Rebellion Against Standardized Tests Is ExplodingRead the original story w/Photo

    21 min ago | The Nation

    Opting out is in. Over the past two years, the movement to boycott standardized tests across New York State has mushroomed from a fringe rebellion to a mass mobilization against what many see as an anxiety-provoking, creativity-stifling, and hypercommercialized testing regime.


  14. Builders and Makers: Classroom TeachersRead the original story

    21 min ago | Duke City Fix

    It's Wednesday, and a school bus just passed my home. I hear the whistle of a crossing guards down the street.


  15. Why a high school student's use of a girls' restroom sparked community debateRead the original story w/Photo

    22 min ago | Christian Science Monitor

    Hillsboro High School student, Lila Perry, sparked a debate over transgender rights when she decided to use the girls bathroom at school. Lila Perry, a senior transgender student at Hillsboro High School in St. Louis, speaks with reporters as Blayke Childs, back, offers his opinion following a student walkout at the school held in both support and opposition to Lila's request to use the girls bathrooms and locker rooms rather than a faculty bathroom.


  16. Antioch: Dozens of special needs students in flux because of Tobinworld certification suspensionsRead the original story w/Photo

    24 min ago | Contra Costa Times

    Dozens of Antioch Unified School District special needs students have been forced to find alternative schooling this week following the state's suspension of two Tobinworld campuses and a delay in certifying a new collaborative program run by the nonprofit, officials said. Last week, state Department of Education investigators suspended the certification of Tobinworld II and III, finding that administrators lied to California education monitors, fudged background and tuberculosis checks, and allowed a controversial special education figure linked to shock therapy to help develop student behavioral health plans.


  17. NFPA Launches Wildfire Safety Program for TeensRead the original story w/Photo

    25 min ago |

    The National Fire Protection Association today announced the launch of its TakeAction campaign that targets middle and high school students living in areas with wildfire risks. The campaign highlights important information about wildfire risks to life and property.


  18. Continue ReadingRead the original story

    26 min ago | The Auto Channel

    September 2, 2015: The Toyota USA Foundation, which supports the teaching and learning of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, will provide $5.8 million in grants to create and strengthen pathways to manufacturing careers for high school and adult students, with a strong focus on women and diverse communities. "The Toyota USA Foundation is committed to supporting the American manufacturing sector to strengthen our economy," said Michael Rouse, Toyota USA Foundation President.


  19. Officials investigate mass baptism on school football fieldRead the original story w/Photo

    27 min ago |

    A school district says it's investigating a mass baptism on a public high school football field after video footage of the Aug. 17 incident was posted online.


  20. See a High-Fashion Take on High SchoolRead the original story w/Photo

    30 min ago | New York Magazine

    The idea for the latest installment of Out of the Box came from a casual comment photographer Meredith Jenks made to her friend, stylist Rachael Wang . Jenks - whose clients range from Nike to Nordstrom to Nylon - wanted to do a story about the way teenagers tend to dress in high school, when their identities are constantly shifting and experimentation is the norm.