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Each May high school kids have a soft two-week vacation when Advanced Placement exams are administered. AP tests are important because a student can earn college credit by scoring at a certain level. For parents, that may mean a savings of tuition...
Tags: Teachers, Teaching and Learning
KWCH 12 Eyewitness SportsBradley outfield Mike Tauchman and Redbirds’ ace Chris Razo highlight the 2013 MVC all-conference baseball teams, being tabbed Player and Pitcher of the Year, respectively. Illinois State's Mark Kingston has been named the Dan Callahan Coach of...
email@example.comWith the national aviation industry experiencing a workforce shortage of aircraft mechanics and technicians, a new Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics training facility in Hagerstown might go a long way toward helping train the workers of tomorrow, a...
Re. "Apodaca: Common Core may add up to math skills boost we need," (May 12): Patrice Apodaca's enthusiasm for the new Common Core math program, based on her belief that it will improve students' math skills, grabbed my attention. As a former teacher and...
The Ridge is officially back. So 17-year-old basketball and football player Revel Luvin tells me. Oak Ridge High School never left, but anyone who has coached, taught or attended the school can tell you that until three years ago, school spirit dried up...
Tags: Tennis, Basketball, Sports, Polo, Teaching and Learning
Associated PressLOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — A Kentucky teenager known as a "jokester" was strangled by a dog lead he put around his neck while playing with friends at the start of summer vacation, just hours after finishing his freshman year in high school. Tony...
Tags: Murder, Teaching and Learning, Mike Jones
After reading the book that has fueled a debate in Glen Ellyn over whether it should be available to eighth graders at Hadley Junior High School, School District 41 Board President Sam Black says he stands by his decision to keep "The Perks of Being a...
Bishop Carroll Catholic High School student council honored their longtime advisor during the District VI conference of the Pennsylvania Association of Student Councils. Junior Addison Ratchford and senior Alex Lieb presented a plaque and gifts to Shade...
Tags: Teaching and Learning
The Hartford CourantA regional agency that monitors and accredits schools has removed the "warning status" from Manchester High School. The New England Association of Schools and Colleges issued a critical report in 2009 that included more than 50 recommendations and placed...
Tags: Education, Teachers, Teaching and Learning
Loading his earthly belongings into a laundry cart that he rented from Campus Services, Johns Hopkins University freshman Austin Dennis made several trips from his dormitory room to his car on residential Greenway at North Charles Street, opposite the...
Kids & MoneyIn the quest to make college education more affordable, the University of Dayton has made a loud statement. The private Catholic university, with an enrollment of about 11,000 in the city made famous by the Wright brothers, made a series of decisions...
When seven students with special needs graduate from the Glenbard Township High School District 87 this year, they'll have jobs waiting for them. It is the most success the district has had in its partnership with Parents Alliance Employment Project, a...
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