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  • District names Win Saw 'teacher of the year'

    District names Win Saw 'teacher of the year'
    More than 20 years ago, Win Saw accepted his first teaching job at Crescenta Valley High School when he hadn't yet graduated from UC Santa Barbara. Since then, he has taught classes from entry-level math to second-year calculus and now, after more than...
  • Elementary school students recreate 'Treasure Island'

    Elementary school students recreate 'Treasure Island'
    Henry Goods has been a muralist for 18 years. He's given marine life, even fairies, homes on street corners and gas-station walls. On his latest creation, roughly 576 amateur painters, some not even as tall as his waist, joined him. Goods teamed up...
  • Reduce college costs while in high school

    Reduce college costs while in high school
    College is a significant investment and how to pay for it can be a major source of concern for parents and students. However, there are ways to reduce the amount of debt you take on when preparing for higher education. Outstanding student loan debt...
  • Planning for college

    Planning for college
    The SAT is perhaps the most important test a high school student takes, as one’s performance directly affects one’s chances of getting into the college of his or her choice. While taking college entrance exams can be daunting, students don&...
  • Is anxiety on your child's back-to-school school checklist?

    Is anxiety on your child's back-to-school school checklist?
    If you’ve had your child home with you for the past five years or so, you may be having some anxiety come August — the month you have to let go and take your child to school for the first time. Will it be more traumatic for you or for him?...
  • Snow days could be thing of the past under new pilot program

    Snow days could be thing of the past under new pilot program
    Pennsylvania has redefined the concept of the snow day, announcing that schools can offer "cyber days" when students can't make it into the classrooms. In other words, some students can kiss snow days goodbye. For up to five days a year, the Flexible...
  • How parents can get involved at school

    How parents can get involved at school
    Research indicates that children whose parents get involved with their education are more likely to earn better grades and less likely to have behavior problems in the classroom. The concept of parents working in conjunction with schools is nothing new....
  • Florida court shuts down diploma mill business at request of federal regulators

    WASHINGTON A U.S. District Court in Florida on Friday shut down a diploma mill business that federal regulators say earned more than $11 million selling fake high school diplomas online. The court's order, which came in response to a lawsuit filed by the...
  • New program teaches students to think critically

    New program teaches students to think critically
    Many Florida students have mastered the art of answering questions on standardized exams. But can they write a lengthy research paper? Can they engage in a debate? Are they open to new perspectives and points of view? A new series of courses offered...
  • District 225 sets tentative dates for enrollment talks

    District 225 sets tentative dates for enrollment talks
    Glenbrook High School District 225 officials have set tentative dates for further discussion on a growing enrollment gap between Glenbrook South High School and Glenbrook North High School. Glenbrook South in Glenview is projected to reach its maximum...
  • Private college advisers expand their reach in South Florida

    An increasingly complicated and expensive college admissions process has spawned a growing industry in South Florida: college advisers and ancillary admissions helpers, such as essay editors, test prep specialists and application consultants. The...