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Opportunity Knocks for Dennis-Yarmouth Schools

The Dennis-Yarmouth Regional School Committee, school administrators and selectmen from both towns are talking about how closing Laurence C. MacArthur Elementary School in South Yarmouth can be turned to the district’s advantage.

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Schools Lack Alarms to Warn of Deadly Carbon Monoxide

Most schools — like the Atlanta elementary school where at least 49 people were treated Monday for carbon monoxide poisoning — are not equipped with alarms to detect the deadly gas.

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District on Trial Over Bullying of Boy With Tourette's

A federal trial is under way in a lawsuit that accuses Harrisburg school officials of failing to protect a middle school boy with Tourette's syndrome from anti-gay harassment and attacks.

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Ky. Education Officials Defend Test Data to Board

Some Kentucky board of education members asked Wednesday whether the goals set by the state are high enough to lift up low-performing schools.

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Create collaborative virtual workspaces to provide 21st century education.


View the on-demand presentation to learn how to use this digital tool.

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Healthy Steps Forward


Dannon Institute and District Administration have teamed up to provide important information on school wellness policies and improving student health.

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Children’s Physical Activity Guidelines


Dr. Gregory Welk communicates the necessity of daily physical activity for children, provides guidelines for meeting daily activity requirements, and discusses the positive correlation between physical activity and classroom learning.

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Geovisual analytics is revolutionizing district decision-making.


Find out how this new technology can inform your most important decisions. View the on-demand presentation.

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State Overpaid Omaha (Neb.) Public Schools by $6.3M Last Year

The Omaha Public Schools last year accidentally asked for too much money, and the state mistakenly obliged.

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Chicago Public Schools' Experiment With Common Core State Standards Sees Positive Result

As a guinea pig in a nationwide experiment, Chicago's Philip D. Armour Elementary School is seeing drastic improvements in student performance.

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