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RAPID CITY — School districts in South Dakota will receive handbooks that can be used in evaluating teachers and administrators when the new state requirement takes effect in 2014. The state Department of Education also will offer an Internet...
The federal government made it clear again Monday that California will get no relief from education mandates that officials across the country consider a burden. The point was made as the U.S. Department of Education announced that it granted three more...
MeridenFor the second time in just eight months, federal education officials visited Meriden on Friday, May 10, to learn about groundbreaking work taking place in the schools. The visit began at 7:45 a.m. at Casimir Pulaski Elementary School, where Deborah...
The notice in the mail told Carmen Olmeda she could transfer her profoundly disabled daughter out of Orange County's F-rated Magnolia School. But there is no other county school that can meet the needs of 18-year-old Loly, who needs hourly glucose...
READER SUBMITTED: CREC's Metropolitan Learning Center In Bloomfield Ranked A Top 20 Connecticut High SchoolBloomfieldCREC's Metropolitan Learning Center for Global and International Studies was recently ranked 17th among the state's nearly 200 high schools reviewed by U.S. News and World Report. The school's rank also comes with a "Silver Award," placing it among the...
I am glad that Yale University is facing a $165,000 fine from the U.S. Department of Education for numerous violations relating to its underreporting of forcible sex offenses and other serious crimes [May 16, CTNow, "Yale Faces $165K Fine"]. Yale...
The Hartford CourantYale University is facing $165,000 in fines for failing to properly report campus crime statistics, including sex offenses, after a review by the U.S. Department of Education that began in 2004. A letter from the DOE, dated April 19, said Yale will be...
Memorial services for Joanne "Jodi" Marie Liedtke, 61, from rural Glenham will be 2 p.m. Saturday, May 18, 2013, at the Zion Lutheran Church in Mobridge. Inurnment will be at Bethany Lutheran Cemetery under the direction of Kesling Funeral Home of...
Here's what Ben Bernanke, the Federal Reserve chairman, said three years ago as the nation's gap between rich and poor widened toward historic levels: "I think it's a very bad development. It's creating two societies. And it's based very much, I think, on...
A new report says the University of Virginia remains one of the nation's least socioeconomically diverse public schools but commends the University of Richmond for serving low-income students. The report released Wednesday by the New America...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters) - The message that everyone should go to college does a disservice to the 60 percent of students who do not finish their degrees within six years, according to new research from Brookings Center on Children and Families, a non-...
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