RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Education

A collection of news and information related to Education published by this site and its partners.

Top Education Articles

Displaying items 89-99
  • In-state tuition for undocumented students sailing through the House

    In-state tuition for undocumented students sailing through the House
    TALLAHASSEE – House Speaker Will Weatherford’s priority to offer in-state tuition to undocumented students cleared its last committee stop Wednesday after students told stories of traveling into the country as small children. The bill, HB...
  • Man with cerebral palsy shares his story at GCC

    Man with cerebral palsy shares his story at GCC
    A 25-year-old man born with cerebral palsy, whose first doctors predicted his abilities would keep him from talking, shared his story on Monday with students and educators at Glendale Community College about overcoming his life’s multitude of...
  • On the Town: Burroughs High vocal group celebrates 35 years

    On the Town: Burroughs High vocal group celebrates 35 years
    Granted, that little awards show hosted by Ellen DeGeneres over at the Dolby Theater showcased and honored some pretty great talent last Sunday evening. However, not to be outdone here on the Burbank side of Mount Lee, Sunday also saw the John Burroughs...
  • House panel proposes education savings account for disabled and gifted students (state money parents could tap for options outside public schools)

    House panel proposes education savings account for disabled and gifted students (state money parents could tap for options outside public schools)
    Parents of some Florida students could swap a seat in a public school for a state-funded savings account they could use to purchase private educational services, under a proposal a House subcommittee outlined today. The still-in-draft-stages plan seems...
  • County schools kicks off Bullying Prevention Week

    A winning anti-bullying slogan by eighth-grader Giulia Parsons brought officials and students together at Ridgely Middle Tuesday morning to officially kick off Baltimore County Public Schools' first Bullying Prevention Week. Giulia's slogan, "Loving is...
  • Silver Circle Gala Honors Chris Silbermann, Pointer Sisters Make Guests 'Jump'

    As the dust of the Oscars settled, the Venice Family Clinic's 32nd annual Silver Circle Gala honored Chris Silbermann, Dr. Jonathan Fielding and Ruth Ziegler on March 3 at the Beverly Hilton. The clinic, which provides primary healthcare to 24,000 low-...
  • UC Irvine relents, decides to hold multiple graduation ceremonies

    UC Irvine relents, decides to hold multiple graduation ceremonies
    UC Irvine officials have decided to hold a series of smaller graduation ceremonies, in addition to one at Angel Stadium of Anaheim, at which they hope President Obama will be the keynote speaker.  Administrators have invited the president to give the...
  • Brown proposal for closing the achievement gap

    Brown proposal for closing the achievement gap
    Maryland Democratic gubernatorial candidate Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown pledged Tuesday to adopt a variety of new educational initiatives that take aim at reducing the achievement gap by extending support to struggling families. The new Brown proposals...
  • Commentary: Educating requires balance of comforting and afflicting

    I first heard the phrase "to comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable" in church. A pastor used it to describe the responsibilities of church pastors. I thought it a fitting description of pastoral duties. More recently, I learned the phrase...
  • Blizzard's fury was no match for young looove

    The Doctor is in. "A grand slalom-like drive in the dark through the Rocky Mountains was the weekend routine for my then-new boyfriend Fred in the winter of our courtship," wrote Sue Lucrezi of Lower Saucon Township. "After working 60+ hours a week as...
  • Rodriguez is new chancellor of L.A. Community College District

    Rodriguez is new chancellor of L.A. Community College District
    The Los Angeles Community College District has selected a veteran educator to be its next chancellor, officials said Thursday. Francisco Rodriguez, 51, has been president and superintendent of the MiraCosta Community College District in north San...