Philly couple charged with enrolling child in a Lower Moreland district

In Child Education | on August, 31, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

Philly couple charged with enrolling child in a Lower Moreland districtNews from Philadelphia Inquirer: Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Vetri Ferman brought criminal charges Thursday against a couple who allegedly enrolled their child in the Lower Moreland Township School District when they lived in Philadelphia. Hamlet and Olesia Garcia were charged with theft of services [...]

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State Board of Education gives Marshall High School 1 year to improve or be …

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State Board of Education gives Marshall High School 1 year to improve or be …News from Indianapolis Star: Enter your email and we will send you a link to reset your password. Email Reset my password Cancel OK Resend Email It’s possible that your browser cookies are turned off. Read our FAQ page to find [...]

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Supplement Your Child’s Education and Learn a Thing or Two Yourself with …

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Supplement Your Child’s Education and Learn a Thing or Two Yourself with …News from PadGadget: By Juli | August 30, 2012 | No comment yet Khan Academy is an app that allows children and adults of all ages to learn about almost any subject entirely free, making it a great supplement for traditional classroom learning [...]

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Back-to-school basics for working parents

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Back-to-school basics for working parentsNews from GoErie.com: Most of us know parent involvement can make a difference in a child’s education. But at a time when the literacy rate has plummeted and the SAT reading scores were the lowest on record, are working parents too busy earning a paycheck to take an active role in [...]

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Lyon College Named to Best Southeastern College List

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Lyon College Named to Best Southeastern College ListNews from KATV: For the ninth year in a row, The Princeton Review has named Lyon College a “Best Southeastern College,” based on results from its “2013 Best Colleges” survey. Lyon College is one of 136 schools receiving the Best in the Southeast designation, and one of only [...]

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Virginia’s plan rejects the goal of No Child Left Behind

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Virginia’s plan rejects the goal of No Child Left BehindNews from Washington Post: NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND (NCLB) may have had some flaws, but there was nothing wrong with its noble goal that every child be proficient in reading and math. Even though the country will fall short of reaching this benchmark by 2014, it’s [...]

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Smith Family supports child education

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Smith Family supports child educationNews from Whyalla News: Minister for Education and Child Development Grace Portolesi has been shining the spotlight on school attendance, highlighting the need for community support. The Smith Family in Whyalla is doing its part to ease the financial strain on families to provide a quality and lasting education for children. [...]

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How Not to Be the ‘Hated’ Parent This School Year

In Child Education | on August, 27, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

How Not to Be the ‘Hated’ Parent This School YearNews from The Stir: We all know that parent. The mom who cannot accept that her child is disrespectful and instead insists he is “right.” The dad who tells his kid that school doesn’t matter. Yikes. Teachers do not love these parents that are undermining the [...]

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Teachers offer tips to parents on helping their kids in school

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Teachers offer tips to parents on helping their kids in schoolNews from Arizona Daily Star: 2012-08-26T00:00:00Z 2012-08-25T19:08:55Z Teachers offer tips to parents on helping their kids in schoolThe Washington Post The Washington Post Arizona Daily Star Thousands of students are back at school, and teachers are preparing to shape a fresh set of young minds. [...]

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No Child law loophole can mean fewer dollars for poor schools, study says

In Child Education | on August, 25, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

No Child law loophole can mean fewer dollars for poor schools, study saysNews from MiamiHerald.com: WASHINGTON – Across the country, black and Latino students are being shortchanged in state and local spending on schools because of a loophole in federal law, according to a study that crunched new data from the Department of Education. The [...]

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