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  • Teachers should work more hours for higher pay? Impossible.

    To the editor: What teacher wouldn't want to earn $125,000? Dick Startz's and Dan Goldhaber's call to increase teacher pay as a way to get better results makes sense. The problem, however, is that it applies only to elementary schools. ("Investing in...
  • Allentown's Cleveland Elementary to reopen in May

    Allentown's Cleveland Elementary to reopen in May
    The Allentown School District can start cleanup at Cleveland Elementary School. The school was struck by a small fire Feb. 24 in a teachers' preparation room. No students were in the building and no one was hurt, but the district had to close the school,...
  • PARCC testing launches with some pushback, confusion

     PARCC testing launches with some pushback, confusion
    The launch of new state exams in most school districts this week signaled a historic shift in how and when Illinois public school students are tested. It also spurred rebellion and confusion in the Chicago area and pockets downstate, even as some...
  • Vernon edition community news: Vernon, Tolland, Ellington

    Johnson Memorial Medical Staff Scholarship STAFFORD SPRINGS - Johnson Memorial Medical Center (JMMC), the parent company of Johnson Memorial Hospital (JMH), is accepting scholarship applications for its Medical Staff Scholarship Program. Applications can...
  • Parents sound off on city schools budget that faces $108 million deficit

    Parents sound off on city schools budget that faces $108 million deficit
    Parents complained about large class sizes and questioned the ability of Baltimore public schools to attract and keep good teachers at a budget forum Thursday. School officials and parents gathered at Mergenthaler Vocational-Technical Senior High...
  • Isle of Wight Schools present budget with more staff, pay raises

    ISLE OF WIGHT — Isle of Wight County Schools' proposed budget for fiscal year 2016 includes more staff than the current year, district-wide pay raises and capital projects that schools officials are saying don't belong in the operating budget....
  • Kindness is message at Top of the World

    Kindness is message at Top of the World
    Top of the World Elementary School students were reminded of the importance of kindness during an assembly Friday. Kelly Nickel, regional director for Bucketfillers for Life Inc., taught students to think of filling up a bucket with encouraging words....
  • School board OKs math curriculum changes

    The Laguna Beach Unified School District board on Tuesday approved math curriculum changes that some parents suggested could hinder students who are ready to excel at an early age. The changes include moving geometry from eighth to ninth grade....
  • Artbeat Showcases Student Work In West Hartford

    WEST HARTFORD — Sculpture, painting, and drawings by a selection of student artists are on display at the West Hartford Art League. Artbeat, the annual exhibition of student work, has been presented for more than 30 years, said Roxanne Stachelek,...
  • Principal Nicolas Jones gives students the best options for their future

    Nicolas Jones is going on his second year as Verplanck's Elementary School Principal. Since coming to the school, he has shifted its culture and is focused on creating opportunities for student success now and in the future. This is Jones' first time in...
  • Full-day kindergarten approved in Deerfield

    Full-day kindergarten approved in Deerfield
    Beginning next fall, full-day kindergarten will be available in Deerfield's elementary schools at a cost of $2,600 per student. In a unanimous vote Monday night, school board members for the Deerfield Public Schools District 109 approved a fee-based...