Questions Every Parent Should Ask About Their Child’s Education

In Child Education | on September, 13, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

Questions Every Parent Should Ask About Their Child’s EducationNews from keystoneedge: James Fogarty | Thursday, September 13, 2012 Leave work early.  Drive to school.  Stand outside classroom.  Teacher opens door. Clock starts ticking.  Now what? The ritual of the annual parent teacher conference is nearly upon us.  The 10 to15 minutes that a parent has [...]

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Should the quality of children’s education be based on where their parents can …

In Child Education | on September, 03, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

Should the quality of children’s education be based on where their parents can …News from MLive.com: Emily Zoladz | MLive.comIn this 2010 photo, DeShawn Madison of Grand Rapids, on right, takes a quiz in her freshmen Algebra 1 class at Godwin Heights High School. GRAND RAPIDS, MI – Should a student’s ZIP code determine the [...]

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Globe Gazette Editorial: NIACC should proceed with housing project

In College Education | on July, 30, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

Globe Gazette Editorial: NIACC should proceed with housing projectNews from Mason City Globe Gazette: 2012-07-29T00:01:00Z Globe Gazette Editorial: NIACC should proceed with housing project North Iowa Media Group Like prison rooms, they call them. Dark and narrow rooms. Dark and narrow hallways. These are not the kinds of living facilities students at North Iowa Area [...]

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Nation should invest more in children

In Child Education | on April, 28, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

Nation should invest more in childrenNews from Springfield News-Leader: We’re being told that fiscal responsibility requires big cuts in education, nutrition, and health care for millions of children. This shortsighted and uncaring thinking is not only a nightmare for those directly affected; it’s an imminent threat to America’s economic future. We have to let our [...]

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Should parents try to save beyond their means for a child’s education?

In Child Education | on February, 15, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

Should parents try to save beyond their means for a child’s education?News from Times of India: 2012-02-15 09:41:09.0 Many parents are neglecting their own future in going all out to save for their children. Some complain that they face a problem in controlling the child’s expenses. Many also let kids have their way as they [...]

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Education Roundup: Teachers Should Tread Lightly When Teaching Politics

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

Education Roundup: Teachers Should Tread Lightly When Teaching PoliticsNews from US News and World Report: Welcome to the new High School Notes weekly roundup of education news. Every Friday, you’ll find out what’s making headlines around the Web. Teaching politics With the Republican presidential campaign in full swing, history and government teachers have a good [...]

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Poll: Should Maryland Seek a Waiver from No Child Left Behind Requirements?

In Child Education | on October, 07, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Poll: Should Maryland Seek a Waiver from No Child Left Behind Requirements?News from Patch.com: By Gina CairneyCapital News Service WASHINGTON—Maryland may apply for a waiver from No Child Left Behind requirements after President Obama announced recently that he is allowing states to request flexibility from the decade-old law in exchange for a more rigorous system [...]

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Parents should establish expectations before shelling out college tuition

In College Education | on August, 26, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Parents should establish expectations before shelling out college tuition News from Boston Globe: Just recently someone asked me whether parents should require their children to contribute to their college education. Some parents feel that their children will not appreciate their college education if they don’t contribute. Others feel, as I do, that it’s part of [...]

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Homeless child enrolled in wrong school: What should happen to him?

In Child Education | on April, 29, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Homeless child enrolled in wrong school: What should happen to him? News from Christian Science Monitor: Connecticut resident Tanya McDowell is charged with intentionally enrolling her son in the wrong school district. But homeless advocates wonder why the son has now changed schools, since federal law is supposed to protect his ‘best educational interest.’ The [...]

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