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00 am (0) Comments Font Size: To the editor: "School Bonds Go to the Voters" has got to be a joke!...The high schools got almost $50 million in repairs and upgrades four/five years ago and then we closed one high school.
Michelle Apperson was named Teacher of the Year' for Sacramento City Unified School District in 2012 and has taught at Sutterville Elementary school for nearly a decade. But this May she received her final notice that she would be losing her job due
Kathleen Turner, a Sharon High School French teacher, has been named Massachusetts' 2013 teacher of the year. Turner and other top teachers were honored at a Statehouse ceremony today attended by Gov. Deval Patrick and state education officials.
Invalid E-mail address Add a personal message: (80 character limit) Your E-mail: Invalid E-mail address Sending your article Your article has been sent. Gov. Deval Patrick and education officials are planning to honor Massachusetts' top teachers at a
By Joseph Harkins SACRAMENTO _ Experience -- apparently -- is not always the best teacher. Ask sixth-grade teacher Michelle
Lisa Boeglin believes in keeping things fun for the kindergarten class she teaches. At the beginning of each school year, Boeglin surveys her pupils about their interests...So as the year progressed, "They learned the letters and numbers and math
Math is undoubtedly one of those subjects that many kids just do not like. With all sorts of equations, algorithms, and proofs plaguing jargon-filled text books, it is easy to get lost. As with any subject, though, math is easiest
She is one of four finalists for the Lawrence Scadden Teacher of the Year in Science for Students With Disabilities Award. Central High School teacher Kay Hoffherr was surprised at school Monday with an announcement of some national recognition.
A Blount County teacher is among the final four candidates in the running for 2010-2011 Alabama Teacher of the Year, state school officials announced this morning, Nancy B...The other three finalists are: Cathy Coleman Bennett, Geneva High School,
Conservation Education Teacher-of-the-Year The Lake County Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) selected Julie Natt as Lake County’s 2009 Conservation Education Teacher-of-the-Year. She presently teaches 2nd grade at Watson Elementary