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  • Milagro Center keeps students learning during summer

    Joining the fight to stop summer learning loss in elementary school children, the city of Delray Beach declared June 20 as Summer Learning Day. Mayor Cary Glickstein presented the proclamation to students and faculty at the Milagro Center. Over summer...
  • Everglades Elementary celebrates cultural diversity

    The western communities' Everglades Elementary School ended this school year celebrating literacy and multicultural diversity with more than 800 visitors attending the school's first Multicultural Literacy Extravaganza May 20. Families had their...
  • The science of summer fun at Lehigh Valley libraries

    Ayden Rojas of Bethlehem knows what he wants to do when he gets older. "When I'm 18, I'm going to the moon," the 6-year-old says confidently. Lehigh University physics professor Gary DeLeo seeks to ignite the imaginations of Rojas and about 20 other...
  • Ex-principal gets early retirement deal in District 15

    Ex-principal gets early retirement deal in District 15
    A Palatine school district has agreed to pay about 75 percent of a pension penalty for a principal to retire early following a cancer diagnosis. The Community Consolidated School District 15 board voted Monday night at a special meeting to approve a...
  • Pelto Says He Has Enough Signatures To Get on Ballot

    Pelto Says He Has Enough Signatures To Get on Ballot
    WEST HARTFORD — Less than a month after announcing his intention to run for governor as a petitioning third-party candidate, education activist Jonathan Pelto said Monday that he will have the signatures necessary to earn a spot on the ballot....
  • South Florida's teenage poets find their voice in WordSpeak program

    The words and feelings pouring out of Celestelle Webster, 19 and Christelle Roach, 18, on this sunny afternoon seem fiercely, startlingly beyond their years. "The bones in my body are like needles in my skin ... I am a bomb, take shelter." Facing each...
  • Teachers receive scholarships to attend marine science program

    Jennifer Ackerman and Kayla Brown, both fourth-grade teachers at Groveland Elementary School, recently received scholarships to participate in the SEAS (Science Education At Sea) Marine Science summer program from July 13 through 17 at the Florida...
  • Enfield Board Of Education Will Fund 10 Students For Suffield Agriscience Program

    ENFIELD – The board of education announced Monday the district will pay for 10 Enfield students accepted into the Suffield Regional Agriscience program. Earlier this month, the board of education voted to cut funding, only allowing seven of 10...
  • Sandy Hook Charities Raise $28 Million, Nearly Half Unspent

    Nearly half of the $28 million raised by 77 groups following the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting has not been distributed yet, according to a new state report. The state attorney general's final report on organizations that collected money...
  • Official says Arundel schools should uphold suspension in pastry gun incident

    Official says Arundel schools should uphold suspension in pastry gun incident
    A hearing examiner recommended the Anne Arundel County school board uphold last year's two-day suspension of a second-grader who was accused of nibbling a pastry into the shape of a gun. But an attorney for the family of Joshua Welch said if the county...
  • Raising The Kindergarten Age — Help Or Harm For Children?

    Rep. Michelle Cook tells a familiar story — of one child who started kindergarten in Connecticut as the youngest in the class, and another who started as one of the eldest. The two children are her own, and to some degree they fit a stereotype:...