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NY Times Don't Give up the Gains in Education

For the past three years my Saturday mornings have been filled with a lot of driving and a lot of sitting in classes as I’ve been working towards my doctorate in education.  573 more words

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Growing Population Of Latino Students Doing Well In School

By Dr. Marciene Mattleman

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - Latinos represent the fastest growing group of students in the country’s public schools – 24% of the enrollment in 2011, the latest composite source of data. 86 more words

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Why America Needs the Common Core

It is well understood that American educational standards are falling behind those of many other developed nations.  I have recently discussed this issue from the point of view of giving more public support to… 310 more words

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McKinley CJA Named in Top 50 Middle Schools in U.S.

ST. LOUIS – St. Louis Public Schools are boasting today after McKinley Classical Junior Academy was named one of the top 50 middle schools in the country. 179 more words

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Last Week of School for the Year!

Upcoming Important Dates

Tuesday, December 16 – Chorus and Steel Band Concert GMS Auditorium 6:00 pm
Wednesday, December 17 – Annual Holiday Luncheon all students GMS Cafeteria… 926 more words

#44- NAEP's Reading Scores No Congratulation Cake

NPR was discussing the National Assessment of Educational Progress NAEP report as I drove home tonight, and the results were not good. Instead of spending my “driveway moment” listening, I went inside and called up the website. 178 more words

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Connecticut Students Lead Way In Reading Assessment

(Hartford, Conn./CBS Connecticut) - Good news for Connecticut when it comes to the “nation’s report card.”

While only a quarter of U.S. high schools showed solid performance in math, Connecticut was tops in reading among a select group of 13 states that took part in the 2013 grade 12 assessment. 76 more words

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