Warning: Undefined variable $show_stats in /homepages/2/d91585894/htdocs/wordpresstest/wp-content/plugins/stats/stats.php on line 1384
   
Banner
 

Archive for February, 2012

Education News For February 13, 2012..

February 13, 2012 By: richard.ginn Category: Uncategorized

The Philadelphia Inquirer reports on the burden of college costs falling more and more on students.

The LA Times reports on college students that have gotten accepted to college already.

The Miami Herald reports on South Florida’s crumbling schools and how they got that way.

The New York Times reports on the Mooresville School District and how computers for students are working to improve academic performance.

The Baltimore Sun reports on police officers mentoring children at Middle River school.

Education News For February 10, 2012.

February 10, 2012 By: richard.ginn Category: Uncategorized

The New York Times reports on 10 states getting NCLB waivers.

The Detroit News reports on the DPS that is going to close 16 schools and offer 4 others for charters.

The New York Times reports on studies that say the education gap growing between the rich and poor.

Education News For February 8, 2012….

February 08, 2012 By: richard.ginn Category: Uncategorized

The Philadelphia Inquirer reports on a Pa. plan where state-system colleges could lose a third of their funding.

The Baltimore Sun reports on a large number of city teachers receive unsatisfactory evaluations.

The Sacramento Bee reports on the California teachers’ retirement fund committing $500 million to infrastructure improvements.

Education News For February 7, 2012..

February 07, 2012 By: richard.ginn Category: Uncategorized

The LA Times reports on Cal State Northridge students stressing out under tightened enrollment.

The Tennessean reports on Tennessee students and parents weigh their school options.

The Detroit News reports on law enforcement agencies work together to combat truancy in Detroit

Attendance Works Out With A study Looking At Oregon Only….

February 03, 2012 By: richard.ginn Category: Uncategorized

and they show that 23 percent of Oregon students in grades k-12 were chronically absent in 2009-10.

Education News For February 2, 2012

February 02, 2012 By: richard.ginn Category: Uncategorized

The Daily News reports on the union representing nurses in the Philadelphia School District that wants the state to force the district to stop allowing non-nurses from medicating students.

The Chicago Sun Times reports on spending on state grants for low-income college students would jump by “tens of millions of dollars” under a push by Gov. Pat Quinn that he will make in his State of the State address.