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UXBRIDGE � Student performance on Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System tests improved dramatically in 2014, school officials announced. According to a letter sent to parents Sunday night,...
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JEFFERSON CITY- Educators met Monday to continue refining new education standards for Missouri children that could be put in place as soon as next year. Monday began the final set of meetings where...
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JEFFERSON CITY (AP) — Missouri could be the first state to enshrine the role of student performance data in teacher evaluations in its state constitution if an initiative on the Nov. 4 ballot gets...
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Gardner, Leominster public schools receive literacy grants Commissioner Mitchell Chester, of the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, announced the recipients of the Literacy Partnership...
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There is nothing quite like bureaucracy for cloaking one's agenda, and when it comes to bureaucracy, few agencies can compete with the state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and its...
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WORCESTER � School Committee member Brian O'Connell expressed confusion Thursday night over a letter from the state Board of Elementary and Secondary Education regarding student participation in the...
2014/10/15 01:32
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Public hearing on education standards set for Oct. 27 The first of three public hearings on the progress of education standards work groups is scheduled for Monday, Oct. 27, from 11 a.m. to 12:45...
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BOSTON — A top state education official on Tuesday said the department's hands were tied over the disqualification of two new charter school applicants despite both leading candidates for governor...
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BARRE � A $1.9 million discrimination lawsuit filed against the Quabbin Regional School District superintendent, school committee and finance chief by a recently terminated administrator, includes...
2014/10/14 20:13
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BOSTON (AP) - Republican gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker and Democrat Martha Coakley are finding common ground on the issue of charter schools. Coakley, a Democrat, and Baker, a Republican,...
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State task force charged with finding ways to boost women at work By Colleen Quinn State House News Service BOSTON -- A state task force charged with finding ways to boost women in the workforce...
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Proponents of a new charter public school for northern Worcester County had barely had time to absorb the good news from state education officials � they had passed a preliminary screening and were...
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JEFFERSON CITY (AP) — Missouri education officials say they are seeking more than $17 million annually of federal grant funding for early childhood education efforts. The state Department of...
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JEFFERSON CITY - Missouri received an extension on its flexibility waiver on Tuesday under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, more commonly known as No Child Left Behind. The...
2014/10/09 20:23
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JEFFERSON CITY - Local schools will be working to improve and design new emergency plans after Governor Jay Nixon announced the state will be receiving a $500,000 grant from the U.S. Department of...
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DUDLEY � The Dudley-Charlton Regional School District has been rated a Level 2 school system for the third consecutive year, Superintendent Gregg J. Desto reported to the school committee...
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Tewksbury rejects Common Core test in non-binding vote TEWKSBURY -- Residents voted to reject the use of the Common Core education standards and the associated PARCC standardized testing at Tuesday...
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Submitted photo Kay Rebstock, New Madrid County R-1 Board secretary, swears in Ryan Eddy on Thursday. NEW MADRID - The newest member of the New Madrid County R-1 School Board took the oath of office...
2014/10/07 23:09
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After the allocation of more than $40 billion in education aid since the landmark 1993 Education Reform Act was enacted in Massachusetts, a panel recently created by the state Legislature to review it...
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PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island students improved their SAT scores on both mathematics and reading, and while they remain below national averages, state officials said they represent improvements and narrow...
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