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Channel 2 NewsAnchorage School District Superintendent Jim Browder says cuts to the district's 2013-2014 budget are some of the toughest choices he's had to make. Browder has proposed eliminating 215 jobs -- including all eight of the high-school career resource...
Channel 2 NewsThe U.S. Department of Education has approved Alaska's request for a one-year freeze on state targets under the No Child Left Behind Act. Under the Bush-era law, the number of students needed to pass standardized tests to achieve adequate yearly...
NBC NewsAs states look to money-saving measures, students are still looking for guidance about college choices. This opens up the path for private guidance counseling -- an expanding industry. "College is no joke," Robert Roddy says to a group of freshmen....
Lyman High School's 458 graduates sat in alphabetical rows, tassels on their blue caps uniformly hanging to the right, eyes focused forward on the stage they were about to cross. In the moments before officially finishing high school, the seniors...
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READER SUBMITTED: K-8 Kids Go To College At MCC Excursions In Learning Academy For Gifted And Talented YouthManchesterParents who want to see their elementary school-age children get excited about science and math can enroll them in Manchester Community College's Excursions in Learning Summer Academy for Gifted and Talented Youth. Classes are filling now for the program,...
A new online teaching program may be implemented soon to help assist Valley View high school students who are lacking in the core areas of reading and math. Rachel Kinder, an assistant superintendent for the district, recently told the Valley View...
On its face, the election this week of a Los Angeles fifth-grade teacher to the Board of Education was a stunner. Monica Ratliff's low-budget effort included her boyfriend, a film school instructor, as her campaign manager. She had no paid staff and no...
The move to a national common core curriculum arises from a common problem in this country, or at least the perception of one — the need to make the students being turned out into the workforce more competitive, more ready to face the demands of a...
Many of us believe the college admissions process has spiraled out of control. Plenty among us also feel that our education system has become too test-centric. And at the intersection of the two lies the SAT, the most dreaded, derided and feared test...
This summer, teenagers will canvass in support of politicians, help nurses in hospitals or tweet as part of a company's social media effort. They're still in high school but they are working unpaid internships — sometimes even paying thousands of...
Staff WriterWith the college application process a few months around the corner, high school juniors throughout the Imperial Valley are being flooded with advice and information from dozens of college representatives during Higher Education Week II. More than 30...
The race for an open seat on the Los Angeles Board of Education was close in early returns with Monica Ratliff ahead despite financial support and union backing that made her opponent, Antonio Sanchez, a heavy favorite. In the Los Angeles Community...
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