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  • Water in schools
    America's ToothFairy calls for more access to water in schools
    As a strong proponent for children's health and overall well-being, America's ToothFairy: National Children's Oral Health Foundation® is actively supporting a growing national effort to make water the beverage of choice for...
  • Parent teacher conferences: How to score an 'A'
    Parent teacher conferences: How to score an 'A'
    There are a few helpful tips to help parents make the most of their parent teacher conference, not only in finding out information, but in forming a lasting relationship with honest communication with your child's teacher.Be a prepared...
  • Ebook collection
    Rent to read
    Schools across America are providing 1:1 technology to their students in the classrooms. Students are researching, investigating, communicating and learning in interactive ways through the use of laptops and tablets everyday across the content...
  • Brentwood
    Modular School Buildings Move to Net Zero Energy
    Dark, Cramped Schools Become Eco-Friendly and Learning-FriendlyGone are the days when students were subjected to learning in cramped modular schools with little access to daylight. Enter the modern modular school which not only floods classrooms...
  • Young Teacher
    Teachers, the other urban drop out
    When it comes to modern day civil rights issues, education is at the forefront. Over the past few years there have been major education reforms with initiatives to turn around failing schools and to expand school choice for low-income students,...
  • Traffic-related pollution near schools
    Children exposed to high levels of air pollution affect cognitive development
    Small increase in working memory at the highly polluted schoolsThe cognitive functions that are essential for learning undergo considerable development between the ages of 6 and 10 years, and further brain changes occur during adolescence.Air...
  • There is no business like ‘show business’ of the 2015 Student Showcase of Films
    There is no business like ‘show business’ of the 2015 Student Showcase of Films
    The finalists for the 2015 Student Showcase of Films were selected out of 251 eligible submissions and 1,070 overall submissions. The winners will be announced Thursday, March 12 before more than 700 students and industry professionals at the...
  • School bus or Prison bus
    Is violence in schools turning our schools into correctional facilities?
    All you have to do anymore is turn on your TV or check the latest headlines on the internet and you will easily find a report or article about violence in our schools. Shorty there after any incident of violence you can just as easily find another...
  • Nick Federoff
    Teachable Garden Program starts in North Hills
    Hope springs eternal in North Hills. Carlos Santana Arts Academy is a newly constructed school serving the north San Fernando Vally in Los Angeles, CA. A very culturally diverse area that is home to many minority families who all have one thing in...
  • PacTutor for Grades 1 through 8.
    PracTutor delivers engaging elementary Common Core lessons
    Meandering through the maze of Common Core Standards can be daunting for any teacher, department, or school for that matter. PracTutor delivers “customized” math and English learning based on individual needs aligned to Common Core...
  • What does learning look like in your school?
    Schools look at novel ways to close the achievement gap
    Parents in Minnesota schools might be hearing their children come home with some interesting acronyms over the past few years. For teachers and administrators, these acronyms are growing in frequency and use: NUA, ENVoY, PBIS, and RTI all have a...
  • Massachusetts
    Education: Best and Worst States for Education in the USA in 2015
    A list of the best states and the worst states for educating students in American schools has been compiled by 24/7 Wall Street at the beginning of the year 2015. The report says that the United States has worked to promote quality education for...
  • Howard County Public School System, Columbia, Maryland
    Education: Awards for Principals, Educators, and Teachers
    Friends of Education AwardsThe HCPSS Board of Education is currently accepting nominations for the HCPSS Friends of Education Awards. These awards are given to individuals, businesses, and organizations making innovative or unique contributions...
  • Kids at Hope in St. Lucie County schools
    Kids at Hope in St. Lucie County schools
    What is Kids at Hope? According to the website information, it is an innovative concept which states and demonstrates that all children are capable of success, NO EXCEPTIONS! Kids at Hope is not another program; it is first and foremost a belief...
  • Maryland State Department of Education, Baltimore, Maryland
    Education: Entrepreneurial Competition for High School Students and More
    Blue Ocean Entrepreneurial CompetitionStudents from HCPSS high schools are sponsoring a statewide competition for all high school students. The competition is the Blue Ocean Student Entrepreneurial Competition. This competition is open to all high...
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