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  • Central Florida schools, but Lake's, meet class-size law

    Central Florida schools, but Lake's, meet class-size law
    All of Central Florida's school districts, but Lake County's, kept their classes small enough to meet the demands of Florida law this year, according to recent data from the Florida Department of Education. The Lake school district, however, had 361...
  • Ocean View delays asbestos removal at closed school

    Ocean View delays asbestos removal at closed school
    Uncertainty remains about when hundreds of students can return to their regular classrooms after trustees of the Ocean View School District agreed Thursday to delay work needed to reopen one of three campuses closed after asbestos was discovered. The...
  • Lombard School District 44 hires new superintendent

    Lombard School District 44 hires new superintendent
    A new superintendent is heading to Lombard Elementary School District 44. The board has hired Michael Robey as superintendent, effective July 1, 2015. Robey will earn a salary of $197,000 a year. Robey is replacing two interim superintendents, Kenneth...
  • Simsbury Students Learn Computer Programming Skills

    Simsbury Students Learn Computer Programming Skills
    SIMSBURY — Students in math teacher Mark Orsene's class watched as Disney's Elsa swirled across an icy pond Friday, her ice skates loudly clicking together at every turn. But the Simsbury High School students weren't watching the popular Disney...
  • Irvine school district considers dual-language program

    Irvine school district considers dual-language program
    Most days find Heather King describing the latest hot property in English and Spanish. The Irvine real estate agent said a second language is essential in today's global economy. King is among a growing share of Irvine parents pushing the Irvine...
  • Quakertown gets first look at redistricting plan

    Quakertown gets first look at redistricting plan
    Quakertown school leaders got their first look at a draft redistricting plan that would make Milford Middle School the destination for students from Pfaff and Tohickon Valley elementary schools. A committee primarily led by parents and community...
  • Student-to-teacher ratios similar across Glendale

    The average student-to-teacher ratio among Glendale schools that receive federal assistance and those that don’t are comparable, according to a recent report released by Glendale school officials. Crescenta Valley High School is the only campus...
  • Poquoson City Council approves $57,100 to refurbish pier

    The Poquoson City Council has approved a $57,100 contract with Hodges and Hodges Enterprises to refurbish the city's Rens Road pump-out pier. The pier has sanitary tanks for boats to pump waste into, said Poquoson City Manager J. Randall Wheeler....
  • Six Maryland schools gain Blue Ribbon status

    Six Maryland schools gain Blue Ribbon status
    Six public schools, including four in the Baltimore area, were named Wednesday as Maryland Blue Ribbon Schools. The state Department of Education awarded the designation to Lake Shore Elementary School and Severna Park Elementary in Anne Arundel County,...
  • L.A. school board member Monica Ratliff is on a new learning curve

    L.A. school board member Monica Ratliff is on a new learning curve
    This is not exactly a be-careful-what-you-wish-for story, but it sort of is. Monica Ratliff was a reasonably happy teacher at San Pedro Elementary School on the edge of downtown Los Angeles. "I just love the classroom," said Ratliff, for whom teaching...
  • Students, communities worry as recommendation puts schools in limbo

    Students, communities worry as recommendation puts schools in limbo
    Angelica McKnight was sitting in her sixth-period Advanced Placement government class at Heritage High School one afternoon last month when she got the news. Under a proposal before the city school board, she and her classmates could lose their senior...