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I founded the High School of Language and Innovation in 2011 with eight teachers teaching 90 students.  We have now grown to 28 teachers and 350 students and have interviewed hundreds of candidates over the past seven years.  497 more words

Bronx High School

No mayhem over taxes

Prediction of mayhem premature:

The Prince George County Board of  Supervisors voted to retain the current real estate tax rate of $.86 per hundred for this fiscal year.  286 more words

Local Government Politics

B.C. government announces new school on the way for Surrey

The fastest growing school district in the province is about to get some new classrooms.

The provincial government has announced $64 million in funding for the Surrey school district, which will go towards a new elementary school, additions to two existing schools and the purchase of land needed to build another school. 421 more words


New jeans, new schools, new worries: North Korean family settles into South Korea

A fisherman and his wife wanted a better education for their teenage son and young daughter, so they fled the country. Now, the father has learned to drive, the mother washes clothes in a washing machine, and the children use the Internet and play cellphone games. 45 more words

New Jeans

Moving to an island!

So it is that time of year in the Korean school calendar for the new year to roll in. Today is the first day with students back and nerves are on edge as we wait to meet our new classes. 975 more words

Being the "right" school

In 2005, I started working at a transfer high school for students ages 17-21 who needed to catch up academically. All of the students who attended the school came from regular New York City High Schools and had transferred to the school looking for another opportunity. 631 more words

English Language Learners

Province announces funding for four new Kingston-area schools

Some big news for education in this region. The Ontario government is investing $67 million to build four new schools in Kingston and Belleville, and to expand three others in Belleville and Madoc. 236 more words