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February 06, 2013 Dr. Rod Paige, a life-long educator, former U.S. Secretary of Education (2001-2005), and celebrated author, will keynote the Black History Month celebration at New Mercies Christian Church on Wednesday, February 13, 2013, at
An Education Department official says Secretary Arne Duncan will remain in President Barack Obama 's Cabinet into a second term. The official disclosed the decision Monday on the condition of anonymity because a public announcement has not been made.
Miller said in a press release. "The 113th Congress has a key role to play to ensure that all students have access to a top-quality education, from early childhood to higher education, that prepares them to succeed in the 21st-century global economy."
Like other states, California had been hoping to win a reprieve from the restrictive provisions of the No Child Left Behind law. Among other terms, the law punishes schools and districts if not enough of their students reach proficiency in English
It has a new curriculum, committed teachers and a waiting list of parents hoping their children can attend...Three-quarters, or 230, of the Sacramento region's Title I schools schools that take federal money to help impoverished children succeed
To see cut scores and other information about Kansas assessment tests, visit the Kansas Department of Education website, www.ksde.org , and click the Assessments/Testing link in the left column. Kansas education officials say more than four in five
The result, teachers say, is knowledge that is more profound and longer lasting. English learners This educational shift the standards have been adopted in 45 states is not only inspiring educators, but advocates of English learners, who believe
Department of Education previously granted Oklahoma regulatory relief from the federal No Child Left Behind Act, allowing state education officials to replace the 10-year-old school accountability standards and the consequences for failing to meet
Failure to Meet AYP Caps Tough Year for Illinois Schools Illinois officials have spoken out against standards set out by the federal No Child Left Behind Act after it was determined that 98% of the state's high schools fell well short of meeting them
November 1, 2012 Kelly Trom firstname.lastname@example.org A comparison showing Barack Obama's and Mitt Romney's stances and policies on important issues of the upcoming election. Obama: Obama demonstrated early opposition to the Iraqi war, which helped his