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    This year's Jazz Search West entering final rounds
    Jazz Search West is almost akin to Bay Area jazz hopefuls’ version of March Madness.Founded in 2009, Jazz Search West is the Bay Area’s annual jazz talent search for solo instrumentalists and vocalists (ages 15 and up). Four exciting...
  • Education news: Parents climbing the walls of school to help students cheat? Say what?
    Parents helping students cheat on tests in school? Strange crime makes big news
    Cheating in the classroom is never a good thing, but it seems unbelievable to hear that a considerable number of parents are being charged with helping their students cheat on school tests. In Bihar, India, this week, over 300 people were placed...
  • Common Core's cyber sleuths
    Common Core's cyber sleuths
    If this article is accurate, then Common Core has some serious explaining to do:Bent over their computers in Salt Lake City, a dozen cyber sleuths scan the vast reaches of the Internet for contraband. Only, they’re not hunting traffickers of...
  • Salesianum students' investment in basketball program pays off
    Salesianum students' investment in basketball program pays off
    NEWARK — Over the past four years, Salesianum School has had incredible success on the basketball court, particularly at home. In fact, after losing to St. Elizabeth one night in February 2012, the Sals would not be defeated at Father...
  • State Representative Larry Lee never forgets the children and schools
    State Representative Larry Lee never forgets the children and schools
    Back in October of 2014, even in the midst of a political campaign, Rep. Larry Lee never forgot the children as he visited Mr. Seabury’s Civics class at Lincoln Park Academy in St. Lucie County School District giving the students a real...
  •  Imagine Schools holds statewide Science Fair competition in Orlando
    Imagine Schools holds statewide Science Fair competition in Orlando
    Imagine Schools recently held their statewide Science Fair at the Lake Buena Vista Palace (East Lake Buena Vista, FL) in Orlando on March 6, 2015. Imagine Schools has 17 schools across Florida which are divided into regions; after successful...
  • Research undergraduate majors
    Academic planning tips for Associate of Arts students
    The Associate of Arts (AA) degree is structured with the intent for students to transfer to a four-year institution to obtain a bachelors degree. However, so many students end up in a position where they are having to take additional courses to...
  • Jillian Jacobson was the teacher found hanging by students: Classroom suicide probed
    Jillian Jacobson: Teacher found hanging by students leaves haunting questions
    Jillian Jacobson, 31, was identified as the teacher found hanging inside her El Dorado High School classroom on Monday morning by students and another teacher. Jacobson's classroom door was locked when students arrived at about 8:30 a.m.,...
  • Pilot Philly Hackathon
    Pilot Philly High School Hackathon Recap
    On Friday, January 30, high school students from around the area gathered together for a 24 hourHackathonat University of Pennsylvania. The goal of the 100 students was to create a new web or mobile application under 24 hours within the following...
  • School sends kids home with survey that pokes too much into private family life!
    School gives kids survey poking into home life: Questionnaire angers parents
    Students at an Indiana high school were given a survey that poked just a little too far into the private lives of families. Fox News live on Saturday reports that the surveys have been handed out for years at this school about drug and alcohol use...
  • Arizona Graduates Face Debt with Degrees
    DESERT SCHOOLS' 11TH ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM DEADLINE RAPIDLY APPROACHING
    [PHOENIX, ARIZ]-- A four-year college education in the state of Arizona can cost an average of $10,065, which is an increase of more than 80 percent over the past few years. With student debt reaching the $1 trillion mark and rising daily, the...
  • Snow delays schools, hopefully not learning
    Remembering what was learned
    Weather this week in Cincinnati caused closing for local school that kept students and faculty at home all week. Last weeks winter one-two punch combination of snow and frigid temperatures means that teacher and students got a week break. However,...
  • For some kids no school means no food
    For some kids no school means no food
    No food when there’s no school. A lot of families, their kids don’t get their meals at home and school is the only way for them to get their meals. In Atlanta at least 80-percent of the children in public school are enrolled in the...
  • Should we have more time for learning or better teachers? We need the teachers
    Education news: More school time vs. better teachers? Study points to teaching
    In recent education news this week, a new study is pointing to the idea that more effective teaching — implemented by classroom teachers — is more valuable than simple increased learning time for students. Although the debate among...
  • Adam Scales, Vice Dean of Law, Rutgers Camden lambasted sexism
    Rutgers U vice dean of law: The kids are not alright
    College students learn sexism and continue the colossal damage that affects women’s pocketbooks. The latest proof of learned sexist behavior comes courtesy of Rutgers where emasculation is pretty popular.At Rutgers University, a student...