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McDonald’s restaurants in the Imperial Valley are inviting second- through eighth-grade students in El Centro, Calexico and Brawley school districts taking Standardized Test and Reporting (STAR) to a free breakfast May 8. The breakfast offer...
Tags: Students, McDonald's, Teaching and Learning, Education
A year ago Chicago teachers, clinicians, paraprofessionals and parents hoped that their strength in numbers and unity would yield the legislative action and contract settlement needed to remedy the problems teachers face in the classroom —...
A coalition of groups, including the United Way of Greater Los Angeles, has launched an effort to put education at the center of the mayoral race and civic attention. But they aren't calling for sweeping changes in the L.A. Unified School District....
Tags: Politics, United Way , Elections, Students, Finance
April is full of school actives, including standardized tests and increased outdoor sporting activities. Parents may be interested to know that many studies show a direct link between nutritious, well-balanced family meals and children's academic and...
My wife and I have tried, with mixed results, to keep our daughter from becoming too obsessed with digital electronics. And yet her school district, L.A. Unified, has a plan to give every child in every school a digital tablet. LAUSD chief John Deasy,...
We asked you: Should severely disabled students take standardized tests? YES 9% NO 91% Health care or education? What disabled children ... are receiving is not an education but occupational therapy. It should be handled by the health-care system,...
As Chicago Public Schools embarks on closing dozens of schools, a third-grader from Garvey Elementary School on Wednesday summed up how many parents, educators and other students feel about the shutdowns. Speaking at the monthly Board of Education...
The leadership of the Los Angeles teachers union is roiled over whether its officials made a private deal with a Board of Education candidate whom critics view as an ally of anti-labor forces. The dispute centers on an alleged understanding worked out...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe largest donation in the history of the Waynesboro Area Business, Education and Community (WABEC) Foundation has allowed the organization to purchase 120 laptops for elementary students. The Eagles Club Inc. of Waynesboro donated $77,116 to WABEC for...
Community-college officials say they might have to cut or restrict dual-enrollment programs if the Florida Legislature does not provide more money for the program that allows high-school students to take courses for free at public colleges and...
In praise of stuff Every women's magazine I pick up has an article on de-cluttering. Every home I see pictured has been staged for purchase, not arranged for living. I get wedding invitations that recommend gift cards, not china or silver. I recently...
Tags: Schools, Abusive Behavior, Family, China, Students
I am writing in response to your recent article about McKinley Elementary School, where a teacher was recently accused of giving answers to a student while administering the California Standards Test (“Test scores under investigation,” April...
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