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  1. Tutoring Website Announces a Trial Lesson for New...Read the original story

    Saturday | PRWeb

    Students Who Would Like to Try Out the Top-Notch Online Tutoring Service May Purchase Their First Lesson for Just $9 All our tutors take application tests on their subjects.


  2. State not finished with El Paso cheating scandalRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | KSL-TV

    Texas education officials want to repeal the state certifications of 11 administrators linked to an El Paso classroom cheating scandal.


  3. Providence Mayoral Candidates' Top PrioritiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Go Local

    ... -- and turnout -- come November. With numerous policy positions put out by the candidates on such issues as education, crime, and economic development, GoLocal asked the candidates what takes top importance to them. So what are the candidates top ...


  4. Ark. higher education agency taps lottery reserves to cover debtsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Baxter Bulletin

    LITTLE ROCK -- The director of the Arkansas Department of Higher Education says the agency has been forced to temporarily tap some of its $20 million lottery reserve fund to cover its Academic Challenge scholarship obligations.


  5. The legislative session has hit the midway point. File photoRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Times

    Here are where some of the major issues stand as Louisiana lawmakers enter the second half of their three-month legislative session that must end by 6 p.m. June 2. Budget: Gov. Bobby Jindal proposed a $25 billion budget for the fiscal year that begins July 1. It would put new dollars into education, health care and state worker pay raises.


  6. Myrtle Beach hopes Horry County will consider donation container at airportRead the original story

    Saturday | Myrtle Beach Online

    Myrtle Beach officials hope Horry County will consider placing donation containers at the Myrtle Beach International Airport for a charity that helps homeless people.


  7. Computer glitch disrupts FCAT testing for 1,200 Miami-Dade studentsRead the original story

    Friday | The Miami Herald

    The state Department of Education is unaware of a computer glitch that affected FCAT testing occurring anywhere outside of Miami-Dade.


  8. Michael A. Smith: Due-process bill is out of placeRead the original story

    Friday | The Wichita Eagle

    Earlier this month, the Legislature jumped into a heated national debate: teacher tenure.


  9. Arts Appetizer will help fund youth programsRead the original story

    Friday Apr 18 | Daily Herald

    ... certified personal trainer who guides the girls in dance and movement. SCORE (Students Creating Opera to Reinforce Education) takes place throughout the school year, culminating in the presentation of a student-written, produced and performed opera ...


  10. Feedback: What has happened to our beloved Michigan?Read the original story

    Friday Apr 18 | Detroit Free Press

    ... and this great state? As president of Michigan's School Library Association ( Michigan Association for Media in Education ), I was not surprised to see the NAEP reading data shown in the editorial ' Why Michigan is so far behind others on education ...


  11. Christa Reed, Nancy Ladner capture Girls' honorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 18 |

    Harrison Central and Bay High are considered the top two girls' basketball programs on the Coast.


  12. County explains changes in mathRead the original story

    Friday Apr 18 | Cleveland Daily Banner

    ... and geometry instead of separate ones for each type of math. Dan Glasscock, the system's supervisor of secondary education, and Amber Caldwell, mathematics coordinator, spoke to concerned parents and teachers about the changes Thu-rsday night at ...


  13. Opinion: Don't sweat the SATsRead the original story

    Friday Apr 18 |

    ... Service), filled them out and sent them back. The registrar submitted our transcripts. We had survived a rigorous education that, in freshman year, included nine periods of Latin a week - two on Monday through Thursday, and one on Friday. I felt I ...


  14. Jennifer Gratz challenges black student to debate over U-M admissionsRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 17 | Hometown Life

    Jennifer Gratz, Chief Executive Officer of XIV Foundation, arrives at the Supreme Court in Washington, Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2013.


  15. Flowersorri: Sensorial, Montessori-inspired ergonomic furniture for kidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 16 | TreeHugger

    Alternatives to conventional schooling like Waldorf and Montessori schools often focus on educating the whole child, allowing the child's innate curiosity to guide their studies, rather than imposing methods of rote memorization and misguided one-size-fits-all ideas behind standardized testing.


  16. Detroit student protests U-M admission denial, argues school needs more diversityRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 15 | Detroit News

    ... from Southgate, was denied admission to U-M, sparking debate about the relevance of affirmative action in higher education. After Gratz was put on a wait list, she sued the university for assigning points to minority candidates in the undergraduate ...


  17. Traip student accepted at MITRead the original story

    Monday Apr 14 | SeacoastOnline

    Jocelyn Lorrey, a senior at Traip Academy, in Kittery, Maine, has been accepted to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.


  18. Tilley ready to serve on York School CommitteeRead the original story

    Sunday Apr 13 | SeacoastOnline

    I am Donna Tilley and I am running for School Committee in the town of York. I am passionate about education, and I know that we can continue to improve our York public schools.


  19. Events for Sunday, April 13th 2014Read the original story

    Sunday Apr 13 | Genesee Valley Pennysaver

    Mendon Presbyterian Church 936 Cheese Factory Road, just South of Mendon off Route 64 announces their annual Easter events for 2014.


  20. Haslam's school voucher bill headed to full SenateRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 8 | WTVF Nashville

    ... d eligibility to the bottom 10 percent of failing schools if slots are left. That version has stalled in the House Education Committee, mainly because of opposition to further expansion of the measure.