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  • Students perform mitzvot abroad

    Three students who attend Scheck Hillel Community School in North Miami Beach volunteered abroad this summer in areas that have high poverty and lack resources. Twelfth-grade student and Miami resident Nicole Scheck worked with Global Leadership...
  • Library has free classes for home-schoolers

    The Leesburg Public Library is offering a variety of free classes and programs for homeschooled families. Some of the classes include Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, online research skills, Internet myth busting, hula, beginning ballet and Quidditch. The...
  • Voters approve extension of half-penny sales tax for schools in Orange

    Voters approve extension of half-penny sales tax for schools in Orange
    Orange County voters on Tuesday agreed to pay for 10 more years of school construction and renovation, continuing a half-penny sales tax that has been in place for more than a decade. Voters also cast ballots in School Board races across Central Florida,...
  • First day at Northampton Area schools goes smoothly

    First day at Northampton Area schools goes smoothly
    The first day back to school went off without a hitch throughout the Northampton Area School District, its top administrator announced to school board members Monday. Superintendent Joseph Kovalchik said opening day for the district's 5,500 students...
  • In Theory: On the question of martyrdom

    Pope Francis this month visited Seoul, South Korea, where he beatified 124 Korean martyrs, Catholics who were killed in the 18th and 19th centuries for standing up for their religion when the Joseon Dynasty was bent on bringing a halt to Western influence...
  • Los Angeles schools official suspends iPad rollout: L.A. Times

    (Reuters) - The Los Angeles schools superintendent has suspended a contract with Apple Inc to provide an iPad to each of its students as the $1 billion initiative faces problems and growing scrutiny, the Los Angeles Times newspaper reported. Monday's...
  • Balancing Act: Back-to-school worries can stress working parents as well as kids

    Kareem Anguin gripped his young daughter's hand and walked her through the bustling hallway to her first-grade classroom at Lincoln-Marti School in Miami. Full of first-day jitters, 7-year-old Andrea peppered him with questions: Would he have to work...
  • The Prospector: College football recruiting offers to eighth-graders now fair game

    The Prospector: College football recruiting offers to eighth-graders now fair game
    There has been plenty of scuttlebutt recently about Orlando Avalon Middle School eighth-grader Peter Hayes-Patrick receiving college football scholarship offers from Ohio State and Florida State. As always, we rush to judgment, decrying the actions as...
  • School vouchers: Teachers union, school boards to file lawsuit Thursday

    School vouchers: Teachers union, school boards to file lawsuit Thursday
    Florida's teachers union, school board association and PTA (as well as other groups) will announce Thursday a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the state's largest school voucher program. The lawsuit will take aim at the Tax-Credit...
  • School district outlines goals: academies, restorative justice, Common Core

    Signature Academies in each of the school zones, restorative practices training and refining Common Core curriculum are a few of Newport-Mesa Unified School District's top goals for the school year. Trustees voted 6-0 to approve a list of five general...
  • Energy conservation efforts in District 99 save millions

    Energy conservation efforts in District 99 save millions
    Conservation efforts at Downers Grove Community High School District 99 facilities have saved millions of dollars over the years, according to a report presented to school board members. The district has saved more than $5.4 million in energy costs...