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Week’s Events Herald Debate On Federal K-12 Policies

The topic of the federal government’s involvement in schools was widely debated last week, giving a preview of the discussions that will likely occur this year as Congress renews the main federal K-12 education law. Three Republican governors urged Congress …

Unions’ Positions Unheeded On ESEA

The congressman openly sought assistance from the country’s largest teachers’ unions, the National Education Association (NEA) and the American Federation of Teachers (AFT), in developing the "No Child Left Behind" Act in 2001. He asked for their guidance on improving …

Title I Turns 20: A Commemoration And Debate

President Lyndon Baines Johnson implemented the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, which was the first significant federal aid program for education. This marked a new era in education as the federal government entered a field that was previously …

New AFT Leader Vows To Bring Down NCLB Law

Randi Weingarten, the newly appointed president of the American Federation of Teachers, launched a strong attack on the No Child Left Behind Act in her inaugural speech at the union’s biennial convention. She referred to the act as a "four-letter …

It’s No Secret: Progress Prized In Brownsville

Located near the border of the United States and Mexico, Cromack Elementary School provides education to many young children in Spanish. However, by 4th grade, these students smoothly transition into English language classrooms. This success in helping students demonstrates the …

How Data Helped Head Start Centers Tackle A ‘No Show’ Problem

How do you handle a situation where you have built a preschool class, but many of the children do not show up? This was the situation faced by the Head Start program run by CAP Tulsa in Oklahoma. In September …

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Clare College Cashes In On Financial Crisis

A year is a significant amount of time for those involved in the finance industry, where share prices rise and plummet and financial institutions face the risk of collapse. However, at prestigious Cambridge University, the concept of one year is …

Stay In Touch Through Technology

Traditional school reports that have been used for generations to give parents an annual assessment of their child’s achievement are becoming obsolete. Nowadays, parents prefer to log on to their child’s school website to receive real-time updates on their child’s …

Together, We’ll Flourish’: The Birmingham School Tackling Segregation

Every morning, 14-year-old Cameron Matuvangua-Fernandez wakes up at 6.15am to make his way to school, a journey that takes over an hour. Whilst most children around his age are still asleep, Cameron starts his day by drinking hot chocolate from …

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