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Vice president of the Maryland State Board of Education says Hogan’s move to dictate the date school opens does not respect board or local school districts.
The program, a project of the Drug Enforcement Administration and Discovery Education, debuted Tuesday.
"Terps for Trump” said they were told the cost for hosting a controversial speaker, Milo Yiannopoulos, would be thousands of dollars more than they had planned. Milo, and others, criticized the late move as "fee censorship."
Elizabeth Garber-Paul testifies that she has regrets about the retracted article, wishes she had noticed red flags indicating potential problems before it published.
'How much “choice” is enough? How many schools are sustainable given a population of students? What happens when choice exacerbates segregation? Who ensures that separation of church and state is enforced?'
The agreement, struck around 1 a.m., arrived a day after an estimated 600 students walked out of class in support of the food service workers.
The District saw its eighth year of growth in the city’s public schools; charter schools now account for 46 percent of the city’s student enrollment.
Seven-year-old allegedly chewed a pastry into the shape of a gun and aimed at classmates; parents fought disciplinary measure for longer than three years.
National Teacher of the Year Jahana Hayes says she sees promise and possibility where others see hopelessness.
Robert J. Zimmer questions some 'safe spaces,' plugs freedom of speech.
Candidates weigh in on the budget, achievement gap, school construction, and language immersion.
Hundreds of Harvard students stage a walkout, occupy building to support striking dining hall workers
"They've always had our back in the past, so students have increasingly felt that now it's our turn,” said one senior.
Part-time faculty at Ithaca College want people to know why so many of them are fighting for higher wages.
Better support and professional development for science teachers could eventually attract more students to science, writes educator Justin Louie.
As we develop a clearer blueprint for good science education, more teacher professional development is needed, writes educator Jen Gutierrez.
Good continuous learning for science teachers looks a lot like what we want for students, writes researcher Kirsten Daehler.
For rural science teachers, a command of subject matter and pedagogy isn’t enough, write Jessica Weller and Lynn A. Bryan of Purdue University.
Perpetual and wide-spread STEM teacher shortages in the Unites States are holding students back, writes UTeach’s Michael Marder.
Democratic candidate Zephyr Teachout has been a harsh critic of high-stakes testing and the common core, while Republican John Faso is a strong supporter of charter schools.
Questions loom on how the new requirements will be implemented by the states and how effective they will ultimately be in improving education schools.