A year ago California voters faced a choice: Would they approve a tax increase to help fund a public higher education system that had been the envy of the world? The passage of Proposition 30 on the November 2012 ballot was seen as a resounding affirmative.Read full article >>
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Echoes and Reflections equips teachers with the tools they need to help today's students study the Holocaust as a significant event in human history and define their role and responsibility to uphold the principles of a democracy. Find us at table 809, learn about professional development programs.
NCSS Annual Conference clinic -- Practice Exchange: Integrating Speech and Performance into your History Classroom
A great school isn’t just an “A” school in today’s “accountability” era. It’s also a green one.
Bad ones aren’t just F’s but they are also green. In-between schools, depending on just how the students perform, can be orange, yellow or lime (not to be confused with green).Read full article >>
A growing number of colleges and universities around the country are extending early decision application deadline beyond Nov. 1 because of the continuing problems that some students, counselors and schools are facing with the newly designed online Common Application.Read full article >>