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The Ocala School District is enforcing a new policy as part of increased security measures following the April 20 shooting incident at Forest High School. Its nearly 6,000 teachers, staff members and administrators are already required to wear a visible ID. And now high school students will be required to as well.
The Janesville School District is installing 26 miles of high-speed, high-capacity fiber optic cable between all the district’s buildings. The use of technology and the need for internet access are only […]
LRP Media Group, parent company of District Administration, has acquired Atlantic Research Partners’ National Superintendents Academy. The first cohort of the superintendent training program will launch in February 2019.
Last month, the New York City Council passed a bill requiring the Department of Education to publish by December 2019 an annual report on how much each parent-teacher association or parent association is raising. The bill requires the department to post the report on its website, deliver it to the council’s speaker and provide demographic information at each PTA’s school.
A grassroots group of parents has likely overturned a massive school voucher expansion supported by the state’s Republican establishment, as the “no” vote on Proposition 305 had a wide lead in early returns.
For many of today’s students, English is a second language, which means that teachers need the right resources to support students’ current needs. Learn how Sequoia Middle School responded to […]
LAUSD schools chief Austin Beutner is working out a plan to radically reshape the nation’s second-largest school district by greatly shrinking the central bureaucracy and moving decision-making closer to schools. He proposes dividing the school system into 32 neighborhood “networks.”
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