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Visitor Services Specialist Michelle Garcia conducting a Q&A with her "friends" from Lincoln Elementary in Pella. Garcia strongly advocates all schools take advantage of their free learning opportunities. (Ty Rushing/Newton Daily News) Neil Smith
Bonnie Sanders attended Lincoln School, a segregated school for black students in Frederick that became integrated as South Frederick Elementary in 1962 and reclaimed the Lincoln name in 2006...This year, she leaves the school that has been part of
Although American Indian Public Charter School II in Oakland has some of the highest test scores in Northern California, the school has been embroiled in controversy since it opened in 2007. Its founder, Ben Chavis, has come under heavy criticism for
Augusta education has always had a special place in Shirley Stueven's heart. She entered the local school system when she was a first grader and now after 22 years as an elementary school teacher, she is retiring from Augusta USD 402. Shirley Knox
ANA Jill Calhoun was looking for a volunteer project that would be a good fit...Irvine, and the company, which provides dialysis services nationwide, encourages its workers, known as teammates, to get involved in the community. Growing kids at
The Wichita school district has announced principals for two of the five new schools that will open this fall. Michele Ingenthron, principal at Lincoln Elementary, will lead Ortiz Elementary, a new elementary school at 33rd Street North and Arkansas.
In the 10 years since No Child Left Behind turned the world of education upside down, schools such as Rio Vista have done everything but pull rabbits out of hats in an effort to engage students, energize teachers and boost test scores -- without
Over the past five years, the Wichita school district has bought several properties near Lincoln Elementary, an aging school building being considered for closure. According to district records, board members approved the purchase of six properties
Updated: December 15, 2011 9:09PM Ald. Michele Smith (43rd) is opposing a plan that could slowly convert LaSalle Language Academy--one of the city's most popular magnets--into a neighborhood school to relieve overcrowding at nearby Lincoln Elementary.
Now Frederick County Public Schools officials are faced with the task of limiting overcrowding while keeping the Magnet program intact as Urbana residents wait for a new elementary school scheduled to be completed in 2018. "It was one way to