10 Ways To Get Involved With Your Child’s Education

In Child Education | on August, 31, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

10 Ways To Get Involved With Your Child’s EducationNews from Patch.com: Linda Pickering, a sixth grade English teacher at McCall Middle School with 22 years experience under her belt, and Jacquie Murphy, a math Teacher at McCall with eight years teaching experience, recently sat down with Patch to discuss 10 way to get involved with your [...]

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Recent high school graduates optimistic about value of college

In College Education | on August, 31, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Recent high school graduates optimistic about value of collegeNews from Los Angeles Times: Despite the rising costs of a college education, most recent high school graduates say that earning a college degree is worth the time and money, and most are optimistic that they and their peers will find good jobs and careers. That is [...]

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Yuma Phone Scam involving your child’s education

In Child Education | on August, 30, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Yuma Phone Scam involving your child’s educationNews from KSWT-TV: Yuma, AZ August 30 – A nationwide scam hits Yuma and is using your child and their education to try and get information, and it’s all being done with an alias name and number. Frank Nunez, with the Yuma Union High School District says, “The person [...]

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Emanuel: I can’t wait for ‘high-class debate’ on longer school day

In High School Education | on August, 30, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Emanuel: I can’t wait for ‘high-class debate’ on longer school dayNews from Chicago Sun-Times: BY FRAN SPIELMAN City Hall Reporter fspielman@suntimes.com August 30, 2011 12:48PM Updated: August 30, 2011 6:42PM Mayor Rahm Emanuel appealed to Chicago’s newly-created Youth Commission on Tuesday to get behind the education reform he has championed, but not yet found a [...]

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Stay Informed in Your Child’s Education Through Parent Portal

In Child Education | on August, 30, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Stay Informed in Your Child’s Education Through Parent PortalNews from Patch.com: Parents of Gwinnett County Public School students now have easy, secure access to information regarding their child’s education. The GCPS’ Parent Portal offers parents an inside look at their student’s grades, attendance records, results of standardized tests, and more. In addition to academic success, [...]

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State ed board OKs takeover of IPS schools for 2012

In High School Education | on August, 29, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

State ed board OKs takeover of IPS schools for 2012News from Indianapolis Star: Email this article State ed board OKs takeover of IPS schools for 2012 Struggling Emma Donnan Middle School, Manual and Arlington high schools under control; board eyes proposal to grab T.C. Howe, too. A link to this page will be included in [...]

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Cambridge College School of Education to Host Public Event on Wed., Aug. 31 …

In College Education | on August, 29, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Cambridge College School of Education to Host Public Event on Wed., Aug. 31 …News from Sacramento Bee: CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Aug. 29, 2011 – /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The Cambridge College School of Education is proud to welcome Dr. Timothy Sullivan, Vice President of the Massachusetts Teachers Association, to a public lecture and forum on the future of [...]

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Guest Columnist: Be involved in your child’s education

In Child Education | on August, 28, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Guest Columnist: Be involved in your child’s educationNews from Rockford Register Star: I’m often asked by parents “What’s the best way I can be involved in my child’s school?” The answer is simple. Volunteer. I realize many people work full time, have active lifestyles and perhaps have multiple children to shuttle from place to place [...]

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Lower high school grad rates result of new formula

In High School Education | on August, 28, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Lower high school grad rates result of new formulaNews from Coshocton Tribune: Email this article Lower high school grad rates result of new formula COSHOCTON — Graduation rates in all three Coshocton County school districts as well as Tri-Valley in neighboring Muskingum County will slide under a new formula to be required in 2012. A [...]

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More Parents Are Saving For College

In College Education | on August, 27, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

More Parents Are Saving For CollegeNews from City Town Info Education Channel: August 26, 2011 A new study has found that more parents are saving for their children’s college education. Unfortunately, however, the typical American family is expected to cover just 16 percent of college costs. Fidelity Investments’ fifth annual College Savings Indicator study, which [...]

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