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North Carolina is spending $600,000 in federal grant money to give students a voice in rating their teachers. The money comes from the Race to the Top program and is being spent on consultants to prepare an effective survey based on Harvard
With almost one year of the new modified block schedule under their belt, administrators at Summit High School are evaluating how it's working for students and staff so far, and the tweaks that might have to be made. The new schedule is working
Shocking if true, Never thought I would see the day when half of my countrymen and women were thick ignorant!...Suzanne,, London, UK, 12/3/2012 18:23 We were astounded that while Britons clearly have an enviable and broad general knowledge of famous
Violence at schools and in the streets, gangs, self-esteem issues, all of this takes a toll in teens who are trying to find their place in a, sometimes, chaotic world. The Joe & Vi Jacobs Center had its first youth town hall on Friday, March 2, to
She fought any time that the opportunity presented itself, and involved herself readily in any and all drama in the school. Laura Klein A very bright girl, she simply couldn't stay out of trouble. All that trouble led to her being held back, so that
Monday, March 05, 2012 Students in kindergarten through 12th grade are being surveyed on how well they think their teachers teach...Students in kindergarten through grade 2 can answer "yes," "no" or "maybe." Students in other grades can answer "
Even though the council provided the funding for Lifelong Learning, the board of commissioners must sign the contract to award the money...Commissioner Carl (Buck) Mathes, after former Lifelong Learning board president Gary Geswein gave a detailed
The programme consists of seven modules to train students in inquiry-based learning and facilitate scientific inquiry from classroom to lab. "We aim to raise the bar for Indian students with world-class education standards through the programme. With
Always plenty of Taxpayers Money to fund more and >Jobs for the Boys< As to dumbing down of Education, if it gets any lower you may as well stay home and teach yourself. Carl Barron, Christchurch, Dorset, 20/2/2012 12:04 I thought "call me Dave" was
The Daily Star At a 2008 conference for Britain's National Union of Teachers, a resolution was passed declaring that state schools should have the flexibility and adaptability to accommodate the faith-based needs of parents and children.