Tags » Education News

CAT Exam Pattern 2016 - Check Here

CAT Exam Pattern 2016 is the blueprint of the exam and question paper of Common Admission Test 2016. It will be set by an IIM officially made governor of the current year’s exam by the body of IIMs. 248 more words

Education & News

Ohio school presents honorary diplomas to veterans drafted into service before graduation

STRUTHERS, Ohio (WKBN) – For many students, high school graduation is just around the corner, but for many of our nation’s veterans, that milestone is something they never had the chance to experience. 315 more words

News

Two high school graduates in Anniston going to Harvard University

ANNISTON, Ala. (WIAT) – Hard work is paying off for two high school graduates in Anniston. Nick Wyville, from Alexandria High School, and Brendan Burney, from Ohatchee High School, have both been accepted into Harvard University. 300 more words

News

MN school district criticized after removing an 'inappropriate' novel

A school district north of Alexandria is getting some criticism after it pulled an award-winning graphic novel from its library shelves.

It’s called “This One Summer… 281 more words

News

Parent RTI Survey

In order to continue to improve our Response To Intervention (RTI) protocols in Burlington we are soliciting parent feedback. Please take a few moments to answer the brief survey by clicking on the RTI Parent Survey link to help us to continue to improve our RTI process and our communication with parents about how their children are progressing.   RTI Parent Survey

Education News

May-27: Teachers Use Mobile Phones In Teaching ICT

Information Communication Technology
(ICT) education is said to hold the key to the
country’s economic transformation and a
tool for effective teaching and learning.
But teaching of the subject in many schools remain a big challenge, mainly due to the lack of computers. 247 more words

Latest

Christie Helps Charter Schools, Enraging NJ Teachers Union

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (CBS) – Chris Christie and the New Jersey Education Association have rarely seen eye to eye on anything.

Things were no different Thursday as the Governor unveiled a series of changes aimed at making things easier for charter schools to flourish in the Garden State. 167 more words

News