Skip to main content

Broadening the perspective of Nagekeo ch...

We have about 10 primary schools which become the model for the implementation of mother tongue in school activities in Nagekeo district The “Merdeka Belajar” (Freedom of Learning) program of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology has ushered in a new phase of freedom for educational institutions and educators to innovate through innovative […]

Boca Helping Hands Offers Free Health an...

Boca Raton, Florida – March is National Nutrition Month and Boca Helping hand (BHH) continues to promote good nutrition by offering free health and wellness classes and expanding its pantry bag program. “Nutrition is a year-round priority at Boca Helping Hands,” said BHH Executive Director Greg Hazle. “Our ultimate goal is to help our customers […]

San Diego County and Oceanside Union Sch...

It has been nearly two years since millions of students were first driven out of local schools due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Since then, many have wondered if online learning is slowing academic progress, and if so, by how much. That question has proven difficult to answer, as in light of the virus, California skipped […]

MSCS sophomores must attend summer schoo...

Of the 15,000 students set to attend Memphis-Shelby County Schools Enrichment Camps this summer, at least hundreds of students will need to attend to advance to third grade. The borough plans to enroll first and foremost CE2 students who need to improve their reading skills as part of the “commitment third” policy implemented this school […]

Stepping Forward Un paso adelante

One step forward Memorial Walk for NYPD Det. Jason Rivera By Gregg McQueen A memorial march will be held for Officer Jason Rivera, who died at age 22. From shock to memory. Two schools in upper Manhattan attended by NYPD Detective Jason Rivera and shaken by his death have planned a memorial walk to honor […]

Steven Qie, Youth of the Month

The Needham Exchange Club has recognized Steven Qie of Needham High School as its Youth of the Month. Steven is an outstanding student and has also been involved in large-scale community service earning him a National President’s Award for Voluntary Service in each of the past three years. He also earned the “Outstanding Teacher” award […]

Critical Race Theory Opens New Opportuni...

Amid the heated national controversy over CRT in schools, some Black educators are openly using the framework to help students better understand history and contextualize current events. March 8, 2022 Most American students graduate from high school never learning a full, unvarnished account of their nation‘s story. Systemic racism within the education system, historical erasure […]

Fay Jones School faculty and staff colla...

Photo submitted A group of faculty and staff from the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design recently released their book, “The Making of Things: Modeling Processes & Effects in Architecture.” A group of faculty and staff at the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design wanted to help students become better […]

Beijing to ban all preschool tutoring ap...

February 18, 2022 Beijing’s education regulator has told operators of mobile apps for training and educating preschoolers to ‘cease all operations’, while those for older children must register with authorities The education regulator in Beijing, the Chinese capital, is extending its crackdown on tutoring to mobile apps that target preschoolers. “Mobile apps for training and […]

13 Carson City-Crystal seniors earn coll...

The Carson City-Crystal dual enrollment students are, front row from left, Kaden Walker, Ashton Keiffer, Connor Royse, Cole Stone, Rivers Stewart, Kianna Newswanger and Jenna Brown; back row from left are Gavin Gage, Cavanaugh Barker, Zane Forist, Bryce Stanley, Lyvia Halfman and Isabelle Kapustka. — Submitted by MCC SIDNEY — Dual enrollment in classes at […]

Pennridge plans to add personal finance ...

EAST ROCKHILL — Starting with next year’s ninth graders, who will be in the class of 2026, Pennridge High School graduates are all expected to take and pass a personal finance course under a proposal discussed at the the Pennridge School Board Curriculum Committee meeting on February 7. “That’s one of the district’s goals in […]

Why liberal suburbs are facing a new rou...

David Fleishman, the superintendent of schools in Newton, Mass., an affluent suburb of Boston, said he recently received a message from a parent who was pushing for an end to mask mandates in classrooms. But first, he said, the individual felt the need to assure him, “I’m not a Trump supporter.” While Newton, like much […]

San Francisco school board saga heads to...

A seemingly endless amount of drama, name-calling, lawsuits and outrage from parents and city officials have turned the San Francisco school board saga into a gripping pandemic spectacle that is about to unfold in the urns. A special election on Tuesday will decide the fate of three school board members, all Democrats, in a vote […]

End of an era | Cranbourne Star News

By Marcus Uhe Things are going to be a little different at Thomas Mitchell Elementary School in Endeavor Hills this year. Each morning when students arrive for another day of learning, they are greeted at the front door with the familiar face and friendly smile of their principal, John Hurley, ensuring they start their day […]

Gastonia nonprofit owner encourages supp...

An hour’s drive may separate Gastonia from Morganton, but a local woman hopes Gaston County residents will support her nonprofit’s effort to help 40 deaf high school students start their own prom. Starr Clinton started Nita’s Silent Hands after witnessing her deaf mother’s difficulty communicating in a hearing world. Now she wants others to support […]

Virtual classrooms could expand language...

(TNS) – Carroll County Public Schools currently offers five world languages ​​to high school students: American Sign Language, French, German, Latin and Spanish, but no students in the county have really the possibility of choosing among the five. Francis Scott Key High School only offers Spanish, while Century and Manchester Valley High Schools each offer […]

Woodland School District and CLC Partner...

Dozens of parents of English language learners from Woodland Elementary District 50 met Monday night at Woodland Intermediate to learn about a free adult education program to help them build English and computer skills. Robert Machak, assistant superintendent of education for the district, said parents who take the classes, which are housed in district schools, […]

School, COVID-19 and the Omicron variant

By Mylika ScatliffeAFRO Women’s Health Writer Dealing with COVID -19 has become a way of life. Two years into this pandemic, it still affects almost every aspect of our lives. Work, play and one of the most important aspects – school. Students at all levels have been affected in one way or another. Kids, parents, […]

Piney Branch ES students study the solar...

Students at Piney Branch Elementary School use innovative performance-based learning to study the solar system At Piney Branch Elementary School, students in Elizabeth McKeown’s fourth-grade class raved about “toilet paper or TP” on the school lawn in the name of science. The students gave a performance-based lesson on the solar system, which is part of […]

St. Vrain Valley School District’s parti

Zachary Schultz was a student at Altona Middle School when his computer science teacher first sparked Schultz’s interest in cybersecurity through a contest called CyberPatriot. “She just said to our seventh grade class, ‘Hey, that’s really cool stuff; it’s basically teaching you how to protect a computer,” Schultz said. “You can go to the nationals. […]

DVIDS – News – Why I serve: “It’s the be

CAMP ARIFJAN, Kuwait – Master Sgt. Omar Gonzalez Mena is passionate about helping people. The petroleum supply specialist, deployed here with the 3rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command, has spent much of his adult life teaching; first as an educator on his native island of Puerto Rico, and today as a non-commissioned officer in the army. “If […]

COVID-19: Relief, anxiety as children re...

Breadcrumb Links Quebec News Local News But the scheduled return to classrooms on Monday will be delayed across much of the province due to the arrival of a major winter storm. Education Minister Jean-Francois Roberge said parents could be called on “as a last resort” to temporarily monitor a class in the event of high […]

District Program to Cover Teacher Tuitio...

Dozens of Santa Fe public school teachers plan to participate in a new initiative to increase the number of educators trained to teach English as a second language or lead bilingual classes. The district allocated $90,000 in federal pandemic assistance last month for the three-year pilot program, which will provide tuition and fee reimbursement to […]

‘We’re doing our best’ – Tough two weeks

“There have been times here or there where we’ve had people leave and we haven’t had subs, but it’s never been this long,” said a primary school teacher who wished to remain anonymous. “It’s worse now.” The teacher told her school that reading and math facilitators – who work with students who are behind – […]

High school students prepare for a caree...

MEXICO – by Jon Longley students train as if their lives depended on it. One day, it could very well be the difference between life and death. Twice a week, a dozen high school students from Oxford County study fire science at the Region 9 School of Applied Technology. In the morning, they pull out […]

Community colleges resume face-to-face t...

North Carolina Community Colleges have a long history of inmate education with some programs dating back over 40 years. Cleveland Community College is one of 41 community colleges that provide educational opportunities for incarcerated people. According to North Carolina Community College System, colleges offer educational programs at approximately 53 institutions across the state. Note: JavaScript […]

Hawaii Schools Scramble To Cope With Tea...

In Jodi Kunimitsu’s math class at Maui High, student absences have steadily increased over the past week. On Tuesday, the first day back to school for Hawaii public school students after a two-week winter break, a third of the 26 students in a single period did not come to school. As of Wednesday, 46% of […]

American school sees Chinese language as...

CHICAGO - They are teenagers. They started learning Chinese when they were young and are now learning it out of love for Chinese culture. They are from the Chicago Intercultural Montessori Language School, a private, non-profit institution. Mananne Krutsch started learning Chinese at the age of 2. Her parents encouraged her to do this because […]

Star China Tech Investor Boyu Seeks To N...

Alvin Jiang was 24 and was embarking on a career at Goldman Sachs when he was hired by one of China’s top negotiators to help launch Boyu Capital, a Hong Kong-based private equity firm. For Sean Tong, who founded Boyu in 2010 after leading the Chinese investment portfolio of US private equity firm General Atlantic, […]

50 New Illinois Laws For 2022 You Need T...

The new year has arrived and with it a set of hundreds of new laws for Illinois, with the start of nearly 300 new measures. Here are 50 of the most notable laws you might want to know about. Child protection: SB 00512: The “Preventing Youth Vaping Act” aims to prevent vaping by children, by […]

What is your child’s school graduation r

INDIANAPOLIS – New data from the Indiana Department of Education shows fewer high school students are graduating, indicating that the COVID-19 pandemic continues to have substantial academic impacts. Data released on Wednesday shows that 86.69% of students in the class of 2021 are graduating. In comparison, before the pandemic, Indiana had an 87.29% graduation rate. […]

Welcoming Afghan schoolchildren: How edu...

register here for the daily 74’s newsletter. Donate here to support independent journalism of the 74. James Sayavong knows what it’s like to be a refugee in America. His father was a military officer in Laos when the Communists invaded his country after the United States withdrew from Vietnam and its environs. Her mother buried […]

Montclair program helps Spanish-speaking...

In March, a 25-year-old newly arrived from South America pressed the intercom button outside Montclair High School. He was with his 16 year old brother and managed to make it clear in his limited English that the youngest wanted to start school. Over the intercom, the office staff tried to tell the young man that […]

Outdoor learning programs aim to connect...

MADISON, Wisconsin (AP) – For most schools, the past two years have brought a complicated assessment of the risks of being in a classroom: face-to-face versus virtual learning, masks, class sizes, ventilation. But a growing number of schools across the country have been getting around many of these concerns by abandoning the classroom. In La […]

Make the connection between virtual lear...

With the current outbreak of COVID-19, it’s no surprise that Chicago public schools are purchasing a stock of laptops in anticipation of moving to more distance learning classes in January. The number of reported cases among students and teachers more than tripled before the start of winter vacation, so the district’s decision makes sense. Even […]

CFISD student-athletes give back for the...

Several Cy-Fair ISD teams and intermediate and high school student athletes gave back to their communities for the holidays. The Christmas Wishes initiative – a toy drive hosted by KSBJ radio and Be A Resource Houston – saw participation from the entire school district’s athletics department, a CFISD press release said. Christmas Wishes strives to […]

Students and alumni angry after episcopa...

JACKSONVILLE, Florida – Jacksonville Episcopal School administrators receive backlash from a group of college students and alumni after a planned dance performance, featuring a same-sex couple, was pulled from a next recital. The dance number was a song from the musical / movie “The Prom,” in which a lesbian couple attends the titular high school […]

In the spotlight | Mapping Student Care...

JOHNSTOWN, PA – University of Pittsburgh, Johnstown Emeritus Professor William Kory recently received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Pennsylvania Geographical Society. Kory, 82, taught geography in Pitt-Johnstown for almost 50 years, from 1971 to 2021. As Professor Emeritus, Kory intends to teach occasionally and continue as Editor-in-Chief of the semi-annual peer-reviewed journal of the […]

GameTimeCT 2021 All-State Field Hockey T...

Player of the year Maddi Epke Guilford, Midfielder, Senior Statistics: Has 38 goals and 27 assists for 103 points this season. Holds the school record in a single season with 38 goals and 27 assists for 103 points. Holds a school career record with 90 goals and 69 assists for 249 points. Led the team […]

CMS Title IX task force students publish...

CHARLOTTE – Students of the Title IX Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Task Force made 67 recommendations to the district to ensure student, faculty and staff protection and due process at CMS schools. The task force was created in response to several reports from students of sexual assault and harassment in CMS schools. Superintendent Earnest Winston assembled the […]

Baton Rouge School Principal Presents Pl...

Speaking to a room full of community and business leaders, Superintendent. Sito Narcisse on Tuesday unveiled plans to radically reshape high schools in Baton Rouge starting next year, turning them all into premier colleges where students can earn up to 60 hours of college credit – enough for an associate’s degree – when they graduate. […]

St. Cloud Schools Add Somali and Ojibwa ...

ST. CLOUD – Move around, Spanish and French. Next year, St. Cloud Public Schools will offer Somali and Ojibwe to all students as their languages ​​of choice. “It just makes sense for us to have it,” said Lori Posch, executive director of learning and teaching for St. Cloud Schools. “We want our students to be […]

Obituary of Douglas Jensen (1933 – 2021)

Jensen, Douglas D. July 31, 1933 – December 7, 2021 Aged 88, of Lincoln, died December 7, 2021. He was born July 31, 1933 to Anders and Lucille in Boelus, NE and lived his entire life in Boelus, Snyder, Madison and Norfolk before moving to Lincoln for get closer to family. Doug was the epitome […]

The world comes to Gulfport through the ...

GULFPORT, Mississippi (WLOX) – The world came to Gulfport on Friday. This is the second year of the Gulfport School District International Festival and the first time that Bayou View has hosted it. And it’s organized by the foreign language students of Gulfport High Schools. “I think what we have achieved together has manifested itself […]

Center Grove adds career development cou...

Center Grove High School had the highest graduation rate in the county in 2020, but administrators hope to further increase that percentage and prepare more students for success with a range of new specialty classes. Center Grove had a graduation rate of over 96% last year. Indiana schools as a whole, however, had a graduation […]

Dual credit high school courses to get s...

High school students who enroll in courses that also give them college credit are more likely to graduate and successfully complete college courses. Classes save students time and money, when they are able to participate. State lawmakers should remove costs that create financial barriers for low-income students. This would help eliminate disparities in enrollment. High […]

ASU student overcomes speech difficultie...

December 8, 2021 Editor’s Note: This story is one in a series of profiles of notable fall 2021 graduates. Oumar Sulayman loves linguistics so much that he sometimes corrects his American friends’ use of English – perhaps unexpectedly, as English is one of Sulayman’s second languages. As an Arabic teacher at the School of International […]

Children’s coding course available until

STEM Education Coding course for children available until December 12 By Kristal Kuykendall 07/12/21 CodeWizardsHQ, a leading online coding school for kids ages 8-18, is celebrating Computer Science Education Week by offering a special introductory course for kids that also benefits parent organizations – teachers from their schools. The one-hour course is available for children […]

Struggling readers who speak African-Ame...

Children who speak a variety of English that differs from what is used in books and classrooms face … [+] greater challenges in learning to read, say the researchers. getty Many black children may face additional barriers in learning to read due to the differences between the dialect they are used to and the language […]

Nevada governor apologizes for state’s p

Students from Stewart Indian School are seen in a classroom in Carson, Nevada in an undated photo. The state of Nevada plans to cooperate fully with federal efforts to investigate the history of Native American boarding schools. Courtesy of the Stewart Indian School Museum and Culture Center via AP hide caption toggle legend Courtesy of […]

French Ambassador Tours Immersion School...

By LEIGH GUIDRY, The Daily Announcer LAFAYETTE, Louisiana (AP) – Nestled in an oak-lined neighborhood of Lafayette is Myrtle Place Elementary, where more than 350 children from kindergarten to grade five learn in French. The school is one of the few schools in the state to be considered a full French immersion school, meaning that […]

The judge will hear arguments on Wednesd...

A federal judge is due to hear arguments on Wednesday over whether officials at the Terrebonne parish school acted correctly when they closed the Pointe-aux-Chênes elementary school earlier this year. The school board voted 6-3 in April to send students to Montegut Elementary, about four miles away, starting this fall. Officials cited declining enrollment and […]

Tests show Kansas students lost learning...

WICHITA – It turns out that a year of closures and quarantines has produced poor test scores for Kansas schoolchildren. Over 30% of students fell behind their grade level in math and language arts in the 2020-21 school year. This marked a sharp drop that matches the COVID-19 shutdown of the in-person school in the […]

Charisse Broome turns job loss into pass...

Characteristics Carol Quash 7 hours ago Charisse Broome celebrates at the launch of her children’s book, Awesome Father, at the Tunapuna Library. – Charisse Janine Broome was one of the many people who lost their jobs due to the covid19 pandemic, but she is not unhappy. In fact, she said, when she was kicked out […]

Libraries should be for everyone, not ju...

There’s a big birthday coming up in Iowa in about a month. This place we call home – those 55,800 square miles of farmland, woodland, and housing and commerce clusters – joined the Union 175 years ago on December 28. It should be the occasion of a celebration. But it probably won’t. We’re having a […]

ByteDance’s Dali education reshuffles, c

According to a report by Late message ByteDance’s educational unit, Dali Education, recently began cutting jobs at many brands on Wednesday, including GuaGuaLong, Qingbei Wangxiao, Xuelang, Hardware and Campus Cooperation. Nearly two thousand people will be made redundant this month. After this year’s online courses close at the end of the year, more than a […]

Amid critical battle over race theory, c...

Protesters fought against school boards for masks, books and a “critical race theory.” But fairness was the dominant theme at a school board meeting in Winchester, Virginia. And no one showed up to protest. Loading Something is loading. We are really sorry! We encountered a system failure and were unable to take your email this […]

“Squid Game” smuggler to die by firing s

A smuggler who sold copies of the hit Netflix series “Squid Game” in North Korea has been sentenced to death by firing squad, according to a report. The man allegedly smuggled copies of the Korean-language show on USB drives from China to North Korea, where seven high school students were caught viewing the footage, sources […]

Lawmakers approve bill to make genocide ...

BOSTON (AP) – Middle school and high school students in Massachusetts will learn about the history of the genocide and human rights issues under a bill approved by state lawmakers on Wednesday. The bill requires colleges and high schools in the state to include education on the history of the genocide. The legislation comes as […]