Archive for July, 2011

Major Article Is Out Looking At Test Cheating…

July 06, 2011 By: richard.ginn Category: Uncategorized

unethical behavior across every level in the local school district.

Education News For July 5, 2011

July 05, 2011 By: richard.ginn Category: Uncategorized

The AP reports that Yale University has raised almost 4 billion bucks. The money that was raised will make the music school tuition free.

The Baltimore Sun reports on nearly 75,000 signatures signed for referendum against lower tuition for illegal immigrants.

The Star Tribune reports on two U of M schools consider switching to private-funding only.

The Philadelphia Inquirer reports on the Philadelphia Futures group that helps get students into college.

The Union-Tribune reports on surprise state legislation that could prompt some teacher layoffs to be rescinded and throw school budgets into disarray.

The Sacramento Bee reports on high state test scores as funding spent per student has down.

The Tennessean reports on local schools teaming up with Vanderbilt to help teach science.

The Chicago Sun-Times reports on weather 25 million spent for cops each year in the local high schools is too much.

The Dallas Morning News reports on School administrators that are concerned about new STAAR testing that could easily take up 45 days out of a 180- school year.

The New York Times reports on The National Education Association on Monday that has affirmed for the first time that evidence of student learning must be considered in the evaluations of school teachers around the country.

July 1, 2011 education news..

July 01, 2011 By: richard.ginn Category: Uncategorized

The Detroit News reports on a court striking down a Michigan ban on race in college admissions.

The Detroit News reports on the Michigan Senate tightening teacher tenure rules.

The L.A. Times reports on the local school board approving a budget.

The News & Observer reports on the Wake County graduation up.