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2015/01/29 08:23
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JEFFERSON CITY - The Missouri Department of Higher Education will meet in Jefferson City Thursday to discuss a new higher education plan. It is the third public hearing the department has held since...
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2015/01/27 21:05
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Mass. high school dropout rate at three-decade low By Andy Metzger State House News Service BOSTON -- The overall graduation rate of Massachusetts high schools continued to improve during the last...
2015/01/27 18:12
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MALDEN, Mass. (AP) - Massachusetts education officials say the state's high school graduation rate is up to 86.1 percent, with some of the strongest gains among minority and low-income students. The...
2015/01/25 10:02
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ST. LOUIS (AP) — College programs that train Missouri's future teachers are facing an unprecedented level of scrutiny as the state overhauls how educators are certified. The changes — which mirror a...
2015/01/23 01:09
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WESTBORO � The Westboro public schools won a $220,000 state grant for technology and is one of 14 school districts selected for the new grant. The $220,000 Digital Connections Partnership School...
2015/01/21 22:32
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Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon plans to propose a $50 million increase in basic school aid during Wednesday's State of the State address, but some education groups already have concerns that it won't be...
2015/01/21 18:40
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At the school board meeting Tuesday evening at the high school, Chillicothe Middle School Principal Steve Haley proposed the idea of expanding opportunities for elective courses for 7th and 8th grade...
2015/01/21 05:09
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STURBRIDGE � Once strong opponents of the Common Core standardized test, the Tantasqua Regional School Committee Tuesday night decided to "table indefinitely" a subcommittee's recommendation asking...
2015/01/18 12:02
2015/01/18 12:02
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From the first evening Lisa Sanning visited Jefferson City's East Elementary School last August, she knew her daughter’s fifth-grade class was too crowded. “The night of the Welcome Back orientation,...
2015/01/16 23:29
2015/01/16 23:29
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In light of recent information regarding the national Common Core educational standards and testing, the Sedalia School District 200 is continuing to prepare its students for the next level. Director...
2015/01/15 19:09
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Nutrition advocate to help kick off state Summer Food Service Program in Sturbridge STURBRIDGE � The Child Nutrition Outreach Program, Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education...
2015/01/14 19:32
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Missouri adopts minimum scores for new standardized test The Missouri State Board of Education this week moved forward with plans to test schoolchildren using national Common Core educational...
2015/01/12 18:43
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The number of home-schooled children continues to rise in the country — now up to an estimated 2.2 million, including thousands in the Kansas City area. Public oversight of home schooling? Not so...
2015/01/10 00:57
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The Nixa School Board voted unanimously to extend the contract for superintendent Stephen Kleinsmith through the 2017-2018 school year. The vote followed the board's annual evaluation of the...
2015/01/07 20:50
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Earlier this week, the Leominster School Committee had its say on a proposed charter school in Fitchburg that would be open to pupils from Leominster. The City Council might get its chance to weigh...
2015/01/04 16:15
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Berkshire County public school districts are facing myriad challenges in the coming year that will require unprecedented collaboration, according to Peter Dillon, the head of the Berkshire County...
2015/01/04 12:04
2015/01/04 12:04
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Substitute teachers costly for Chelmsford schools District pays third-party vendor for hiring CHELMSFORD -- The Chelmsford Public Schools may be paying as much as $225,000 per year for a third-party...
2015/01/01 10:09
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I was surprised at the many errors and inaccuracies in the "As I See It" op-ed "Report: Worse than stagnant" (Charles Chieppo and Jamie Gass, Telegram & Gazette, Dec. 11), arguing that state education...
2014/12/31 11:02
2014/12/31 11:02
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When the end of the semester rolls around for Missouri students, their academic performance is assessed by simple letters on grade cards: A-F. One state legislator wants Missouri public schools to be...
2014/12/28 13:09
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MADELINEDEJOURNETTadvancensc@sbcglobal.net Thomas Pisarkiewicz, CPA with HLJ Hart bonding company, briefs the Advance Board of Education on the options involved in funding a new safe room. Advance...
2015/01/29 08:23
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