Education News For July 11, 2011…

July 11, 2011 By: richard.ginn Category: Uncategorized

The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports on local students that are angry over the cheating teachers.

The AP reports on Missouri granting a tuition waiver to Missouri Southern State University.

The AP reports on Pikeville College that is now being called University of Pikeville.

The LA Times reports on highly rated instructors go beyond teaching to the standardized test

The Oregonian Reports on Oregon education reform bills that aim to create more flexible, individualized public schools.

The Baltimore Sun reports on Baltimore schools CEO Andrés Alonso that has signed on for four more years.

The Indy Star reports on new education standards that are not requiring students to learn cursive writing.

The Tennessean reports on Single-gender schools gaining in popularity.

The Philadelphia Inquirer reports on attendance that is uneven at district’s $18 million summer school programs.

They also report on Pennsylvania that has an option to launch its own inquiry into school cheating.

The Washington Post reports on DCPS 2011 scores that are mostly flat.

The Post Dispatch reports on students creating video games during summer vacation.