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Pretoria Boys vs Wynberg Boys stats - 2 April 2015

Pretoria Boys High School vs Wynberg Boys High School
St Stithians Easter Festival
Thursday, 2 April 2015
Kickoff 11:00

First match played: 1968. Wynberg won (19-0) 79 more words

PBHS Candies

Councilman Cabrera Speaks at READ Alliance Closing Ceremony

Council Member Cabrera spoke at the closing ceremony for participants in the READ Alliance program at PS 279 this afternoon. 

The Read Alliance works to improve the educational trajectory of at-risk kindergarten & first grade students through one-to-one tutoring in foundational reading skills. 41 more words


Breaking News: DSEA Supports Parent Opt Out & States Over-Emphasis On Standardized Testing

The Delaware State Educators Association has just issued a press release indicating they support parent opt out and want the State of Delaware to take a hard and thorough look  at the over reliance on standardized testing. 306 more words

Delaware DOE

New-school solutions: BHS to preserve student murals during renovations

Matt Schickling, the Wire

Bensalem School District administrators don’t want to leave memories in the dust as they continue the $78 million renovation to the high school. 581 more words

Bucks County

Turn A Spreadsheet Into A Lie Detector Test With This Formula | The Gooru

Spreadsheets are well known for their remarkable ability to calculate and analyze data sets. With this hidden feature, Sheets will also become your go to tool for fact checking. 66 more words


School board to consider replacing First Student bus drivers

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WJCL) — Could First Student soon lose its contract as the provider of Chatham County’s school bus drivers?

That question will likely have an answer Wednesday afternoon as the school board considers the district’s recommendation of a new contract from a competing company. 184 more words

Local News

Graduation rates climbed again

DES MOINES, Iowa – Graduation rates for high school students in the state of Iowa has climbed for the fourth consecutive year.

The Iowa Department of Education released a report Wednesday, April 1, that said 90.5 percent of students in the class of 2014 graduated within four years. 35 more words