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  • Monroe County broker partners with Wayne Bank and other company news

    Monroe County real estate brokerpartners with Wayne Bank Wayne Bank — with community offices in Marshalls Creek, Stroud Mall, Tannersville, Effort and Milford — has become affiliated with Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Wilkins &...
  • Study shows many teachers not credentialed in their subjects

     Study shows many teachers not credentialed in their subjects
    Illinois school districts have employed hundreds of educators to teach everything from science to special education even though they lacked proper credentials in those subjects, a Tribune investigation has found. The assignment of teachers not...
  • Bethlehem schools hope for grant to salvage after-school program

    Bethlehem Area School District is hoping to win a $1.2 million grant in order to offer a scaled-down version of a discontinued after-school program. The district plans to apply for a three-year, $400,000-per-year 21st Century Community Learning Center...
  • Murals inspire students at Pine Grove Elementary

    Public art not only brightens drab, utilitarian spaces, it also kindles learning as it inspires students. Pine Grove Elementary School recently adorned its courtyard with colorful murals. "The inside of the courtyard will create a world they will want to...
  • Southington Middle School Projects On Track For August Reopening

    SOUTHINGTON — The two middle schools, halfway through two-year, $89.7 million upgrades, should be ready later this month for staff to move into and for classes to start Aug. 28, the project building committee said Tuesday. Work crews of nearly 100...
  • HOLA program offers youngsters a 'Bridge' to middle school

    Gathered around a rectangular table one recent morning, 11-year-olds Anahi Bailon, Jasmine Martinez and Rolland Pascual and 10-year-old Roselin Villa groan in unison over the same topic: moving up into middle school. "It's a new change. In elementary,...
  • Deasy opens school year with campaign against dropping out

    Deasy opens school year with campaign against dropping out
    Los Angeles Unified Supt. John Deasy opened the new school year Tuesday with a speech to administrators in which he urged them to eliminate the dropout rate, and then assigned each one a struggling student to look after. Much of Deasy's talk at Garfield...
  • The SAT is execrable (look it up) [Commentary]

    The SAT is execrable (look it up) [Commentary]
    To the people at the College Board: Thank you for redesigning the SAT, effective spring 2016. No, seriously. Even though I will be the last class to take the regular SAT, I appreciate your kindness in not making future generations memorize words like...
  • Kamenetz rejects school system's plans to renovate several schools

    Kamenetz rejects school system's plans to renovate several schools
    Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz proposed a new 700-seat elementary school near the center of Towson on Friday to relieve overcrowding, telling the school superintendent that he won't fund the school system's plans to renovate two other schools....
  • Dr. Richard G. Thomas Jr., veteran educator

    Dr. Richard G. Thomas Jr., veteran educator
    Dr. Richard G. Thomas Jr., a longtime Baltimore County educator who helped in the integration of county public schools in the 1950s, died Thursday of complications of a stroke at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Harwood resident was 82. The son...
  • Forget the spending spree for college-bound students

    Freshmen are going to spend quite a bit of money just walking onto campus. Dorm life can be fun, but it can also put a dent in Mom and Dad's pocketbook. We talked to a few college students and found that many items never even made it out of the box:...