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2015/03/31 23:09
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WORCESTER � The Worcester public schools have started seeking a new principal for the Goddard School of Science and Technology. Stacey DeBoise Luster, human resources manager, informed Superintendent...
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2015/03/27 18:49
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FULTON, MO -- Fulton Public School administrators said they did not deceive parents when they sent them an e-mail indicating a controversial survey was part of the State’s curriculum. State...
2015/03/26 18:51
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Pictured are, from left, Southeast Elementary School Principal Andres Vera, Congressman Jim McGovern, Katie Millett, executive director of the Office for Nutrition, Health and Safety Programs at the...
2015/03/26 18:25
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LINN - The Missouri SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Conference began Thursday at the State Technical College of Missouri. The conference collaborates with the Missouri Department of Elementary and...
2015/03/26 01:23
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FULTON - A director with the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education responded to concerned parents Wednesday regarding what critics call an "inappropriate survey" conducted at Fulton Middle...
2015/03/23 22:04
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Teachers on next school chief: 'We need somebody who understands Lowell' Lowell Teachers group, interviewed, Wed., frt, l-r; Kevin Freeman Butler Middle School Grade 6 Math & Sci, Lisa Rousell,...
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2015/03/23 14:40
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The public forum, sponsored by West Virginia for Better Education, included presentations from curriculum specialist Sandra Stotsky and West Virginia Board of Education staff, as well as educators...
2015/03/22 22:29
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After the successful opening of the Jennie Jaynes Activity Complex and the Smith-Cotton Stadium, the Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education will discuss moving forward with plans for the...
2015/03/22 18:38
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According to the Kansas/Missouri Branch of The International Dyslexia Association, 70 to 80 percent of people with poor reading skills are likely dyslexic. One in five students, or 15 to 20 percent of...
2015/03/19 09:09
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BOSTON � A new national study validating the success of Boston charter schools could fuel the debate this year over expanding access to charter schools in urban Bay State districts. As Gov. Charlie...
2015/03/19 05:44
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The Missouri Association for Colleges of Teacher Education (MACTE) recognizes Jessica Hill as one of the state’s Outstanding Beginning Teachers. Ms. Hill is a graduate of Truman State University and...
2015/03/18 19:23
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JEFFERSON CITY - A new bill could change the way Missouri public schools assess school quality. Lawmakers will hear a bill Wednesday that specifies quality indicators that would be used to classify...
2015/03/18 13:40
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The forum, sponsored by West Virginia for Better Education, will take place in the library's auditorium at 52 16th St., Wheeling. The program includes curriculum specialist Sandra Stotsky's...
2015/03/15 13:04
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New school test, swirling debate are no walk in the PARCC Supporters say the new PARCC test follows a student's analysis of the problem and integrates a more comprehensive thinking process than was...
2015/03/15 11:02
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Missouri’s schools will not be fully funded under a budget proposal approved by the Missouri House on Thursday, but the plan did increase funding by about $74 million. Last week, Mike Reid, lobbyist...
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BOSTON (MyFoxBoston.com) -- Massachusetts may be joining what is now a worldwide movement to opt out of taking the PARCC or Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Career...
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The troubled Normandy school system in St. Louis County is nearing its financial tipping point with requests for student transfers, Missouri’s education commissioner told a Senate panel Wednesday...
2015/03/12 09:02
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Missouri has appealed last month’s ruling that payments to the “Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium,” or SBAC, are unconstitutional. Solicitor General James Layton filed the notice of appeal...
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The staffing company that hired the substitute gym teacher who allegedly touched at least two young girls inappropriately at Troost Elementary is speaking out. Kelly Services said...
2015/03/11 23:29
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The opportunities for seniors at Smith-Cotton and Whittier High School to attend college have recently become more abundant. This opportunity is thanks in large part to the financial commitment of...
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