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NAACP president wants change in leadership at Youngstown schools

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – Days after Youngstown City Schools Superintendent Connie Hathorn asked parents, students and the community for patience in turning the struggling district around leaders of one local group argue that time is up. 230 more words


Do Teachers Ever Encourage Bullying? Part VI- He Was Weird and The Box

It is now obvious that my series on teachers encouraging bullying hasn’t quite run its course. Recently, another aspect of this series arose when I held a book presentation at a school. 565 more words

#CAAHoops: Around The Rim

Balance is a theme of the CAA this season. A quick look at the top of the CAA Standings will find James Madison still perfect with an 8-0 record while Drexel is 6-2 and in second place. 845 more words

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Bill Would Update Student Phys Ed Standards, Require Tests

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A Minnesota state senator wants to hold more schools accountable for their students’ physical education.

Sen. Susan Kent introduced a bill Monday that would require yearly assessments of students’ physical health starting with the 2017 school year. 107 more words


No School Tomorrow

There will be no school in the City of Melrose on Tuesday, January 27.


University of Chicago study finds many families seriously considering leaving UIC community

Micere Keels, of the University of Chicago, who recently expedited a Brief Report for C4C based upon some ongoing education research she is conducting in our community, found that “approximately 53% of parents with children in 1st through 8th grade are seriously considering moving from our community compared to a significantly higher 70% of parents with children in kindergarten or younger.” 859 more words