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Archive for April, 2012

A New Study Out Says That Preschool Teachers….

April 18, 2012 By: richard.ginn Category: Uncategorized

that point out letters and words on the pages, showing capital letters, etc… to students while reading a book out loud help out big time in reading skills later on in life.

Education News For April 16 2012

April 16, 2012 By: richard.ginn Category: Uncategorized

The New York Times reports on community colleges offering a path to get a four year degree.

The LA Times reports on the response to the tuition plan vexing Santa Monica College leaders.

The Chicago Sun-Times reports on the Teachers union that welcomes compromise, but also says 7-hour day too long.

April 9 Education News

April 09, 2012 By: richard.ginn Category: Uncategorized

The New York Times has an article up on Texas schools trying to survive on a shoestring budget.

The Detroit News reports on 8 of 15 approved new charter schools will be in Detroit.

The AP reports on MSU’s business college starting online master programs.

The LA Times reports on Santa Monica College trustees postponing a two-tier fee plan.

April 3 2012 Education News

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

The Education Week reports on all states that now have to use one uniform formula to report the high school graduation rate. This method has led to a lot lower high school graduation rate for some states.

The Harvard Crimson reports on the University that is going to start a fundraising drive of 6 billion in 2013.

Education News For April 2, 2012…

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

The Detroit News reports on Dearborn high school students that could get to start the school day one hour later.

The LA Times reports on low-income students struggling with AP exam fee waiver cuts.

The Philadelphia Inquire reports on the Pennsylvania budget calling for lumping much of the school aid into block grants.