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6/26/2012

6/26/2012

The district joins a distinguished group of 35 National Reference Site schools and districts in the United States and Canada that exemplify the outstanding use of Fast ForWord. 

6/26/2012

Lenovo announced availability of the Intel Learning Series software, an acclaimed education solution, on the Lenovo ThinkPad X130e and L Series laptops.

6/26/2012

Two of Curriculum Associates’ leading BRIGANCE assessments are now aligned with the PCI Reading Program to help special education teachers integrate reading curriculum.

6/26/2012

 

Drew Brees knows he has a dangerous job. The record-setting quarterback of the New Orleans Saints is eager to make football safer at all levels.

6/26/2012

The U.S. Department of Education has turned down Iowa’s No Child Left Behind waiver request, according to a letter sent to Iowa Department of Education Director Jason Glass that was made public Thursday.

6/26/2012

China wants inventors and entrepreneurs, but its schools, built around the notorious gaokao exam, are still designed to produce cookie-cutter engineers and accountants.

6/26/2012

Twenty years ago, the country's first charter school opened in Minnesota. This is a momentous anniversary not just for the two million families who now send their children to public charter schools, but for all Americans.

6/25/2012

6/25/2012

ETA hand2mind has unveiled the 16 winners of its “VersaTiles Success Factor Contest,” designed to spotlight how VersaTiles enhances the classroom experience and supports student learning.

6/25/2012

MP4 Player allows for individual and small group digital learning activities to empower students to explore and create curriculum content.

6/25/2012

BenQ America Corp. introduced new 42-inch, 55-inch, and 65-inch interactive flat panels (IFPs) with 1920x1080p full HD resolution.

6/25/2012

A panel of special education administrators and clinical experts will share first-hand experiences of their use of telepractice during a free webinar hosted by PresenceLearning on July 12th at 1pm ET.

6/25/2012

Chaotic closures, low test scores and financial struggles have dogged the charter school movement in Missouri.

6/25/2012

Pennsylvania is in a "critical" time for education, according to state Secretary of Education Ron Tomalis.

6/25/2012

A team of data-processing workers inflated Columbus schools’ attendance figures by routinely and purposely removing large numbers of absent students from the rolls, four former district data analysts told The Dispatch.

6/25/2012

The Oakland school district's special-education programs will take a $4.3 million hit next school year under a plan to fix a multimillion-dollar budget shortfall discovered just a month ago.

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