Submitted by Ariana Fine on Wed, 03/05/2014 - 2:18pm
SAU 50, which serves the communities of Greenland, New Castle, Rye and Newington, has selected Salvatore Petralia to fill the superintendent position held by Dr. George Cushing, who is retiring at the end of June.
Submitted by Ariana Fine on Wed, 03/05/2014 - 2:08pm
Dell has named a group of 12 young leaders under the age of 22 Dell Youth Innovation Advisors. They will contribute to the company’s technology and solutions strategy in the education sector and serve as advocates for the student voice to ensure Dell is providing students with the tools they need to succeed.
Submitted by Ariana Fine on Wed, 03/05/2014 - 1:58pm
The online professional learning company has launched a skills assessment feature for its technology training that enables users to gauge their progress mastering the skills taught through Atomic Learning's library of tutorials.
Submitted by Ariana Fine on Wed, 03/05/2014 - 12:04am
STEM professionals are meeting face-to-face with students to talk about their jobs virtually through connections made through Nepris. The company matches STEM professionals to K12 classrooms with interactive sessions and project mentoring using the teacher's specific session and subject requests.
Submitted by Ariana Fine on Tue, 03/04/2014 - 11:53pm
State lawmakers have passed measures in both chambers to set the public school year at 990 instructional hours over 180 school days rather than the current 2010 law's scheduled increase to 1,080 hours by 2016.
Submitted by Ariana Fine on Tue, 03/04/2014 - 11:47pm
After 11 snow days so far for Jefferson County Public Schools and other districts, Kentucky lawmakers are considering a bill that could waive as many as 10 instructional days for districts that have missed several school days because of the weather.
Submitted by Ariana Fine on Tue, 03/04/2014 - 11:35pm
Columbus' Board of Education voted to close five schools at the end of this school year. The board also approved the resignation of former Independence High School Principal Christopher Qualls, who had been implicated in the district’s data-scrubbing scandal.
Submitted by Ariana Fine on Tue, 03/04/2014 - 11:27pm
A new Harvard School of Public Health study comparing vegetable and fruit consumption before and after federally mandated standards in 2012 showed that the students did actually eat more of each while the amount of waste left behind remained similar to before the standards were changed.