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  • Parents say Glen Ellyn school cell phone policy is too lax

    Parents say Glen Ellyn school cell phone policy is too lax
    A new policy meant to update and overhaul technology rules in Glen Ellyn School District 41 was passed by board members on Monday, but some parents said it isn't strict enough. Under the policy, students in grades six through eight can have personal...
  • More Salisbury students to be given laptops

    Salisbury Township School District is continuing its work to improve access to technology for all students. Students in kindergarten through Grade 5 will soon have access to computers beginning in the new school year; that means every student will have...
  • Combating grade inflation at Princeton

    Combating grade inflation at Princeton
    Some years ago, faculty and administrators at Princeton University looked around and asked, "Why are so many of our students getting A's?" Grade inflation seemed to be a real phenomenon in New Jersey's Ivy League school, with A's accounting for nearly...
  • Ask Amy: Gossip transforms teacher into terrible teen

    Ask Amy: Gossip transforms teacher into terrible teen
    Dear Amy: There is a teacher at the local high school who I see at many social, school and sport events. She is always telling stories about the students at the school to anyone who will listen. These stories are highly confidential in nature, such as a...
  • Glastonbury School Board Votes To Postpone Consolidation

    GLASTONBURY — The school board voted Monday to hold off on any plans to close elementary schools for at least several years. The board approved a revised consolidation report that included a dozen factors members hope future school boards should...
  • Bethlehem Area blocking second location for Lehigh Valley Dual Language Charter School

    Bethlehem Area School District won't allow the Lehigh Valley Dual Language Charter School to move 150 students to a second location until it finishes its legal battle with the charter school. The school board took no action Monday on the Dual Language...
  • L.V. high school anglers make history

    John Hicks, Biago Luzzetti and Kole Pokrivsak from Nazareth and Tyler Bell from Easton made history last month. The foursome comprised the first-ever teams of Lehigh Valley high school anglers to compete in the SAF (Student Angler Federation) Quad-...
  • Seminole's 1st day of school goes smoothly

    Seminole's 1<sup>s</sup><sup>t</sup> day of school goes smoothly
    With new supplies in cubbies and soft music playing in the background, teacher Jana Spitalnick chatted with her fifth-graders about what they did during the summer, their favorite things and what they hope to learn in school this year. But Spitalnick...
  • Sylvia Redditt: Pianist, teacher shared her love of music

    Sylvia Redditt: Pianist, teacher shared her love of music
    Sylvia Redditt launched her musical career when she was barely a teenager, performing her first piano recital at Boston's Faneuil Hall when she was just 13, family members said. She would go on to inspire countless musical young people as a teacher....
  • Newport News Public Schools to break ground on new STEM academy

    Newport News Public Schools to break ground on new STEM academy
    A groundbreaking ceremony will be held Tuesday afternoon to celebrate the new Magruder Elementary Discover STEM Academy in Newport News. The $27 million campus is scheduled to open in the fall of 2016. According to the school division, it will be one of...
  • Alumni remember lifelong friendships made at shuttered Catholic school

    Alumni remember lifelong friendships made at shuttered Catholic school
    Decades ago, Bill Abernathy and his nine siblings attended Santa Maria del Popolo School in Mundelein. Paul Kasting and his seven siblings went there, too. It was only right then that they got their band, Silver Machine, together to bid a proper goodbye...