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  • Educator leadership and new ROTC program to be funded by state

    On Aug. 21, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's office announced the list of school districts in Connecticut that will be receiving money from the Alliance District program for the 2014-2015 school year. Windsor will be receiving $928,381 from the state to continue...
  • PB teachers union picks new president

    The Palm Beach County teachers union may finally have a new president and vice president. School psychologist Kathi Gundlach handily defeated former president Debra Wilhelm while middle school teacher William (Bill) Rizzo edged special needs teacher...
  • Maple Street reading teacher earns Vernon's Teacher of the Year honors

    Maple Street reading teacher earns Vernon's Teacher of the Year honors
    Simply put, Maureen Kearney loves teaching kids to read, and that helped her earn the honor of Vernon's Teacher of the Year. "I love what I do," she said. "I love the kids." Kearney, the reading consultant at Maple Street School, said she found out...
  • Jury is in: Start school after Labor Day [Letter]

    Jury is in: Start school after Labor Day [Letter]
    A post-Labor Day start for Maryland public schools is a very good idea ("Late start a non-starter," Sept. 2). It is also the recommendation of a state task force appointed by Gov. Martin O'Malley and which included public school teachers, parents of...
  • Nationally recognized Peasley science teacher takes hands-on approach to classroom

    GLOUCESTER – For Peasley Middle School science teacher Sherry Rollins, preparing for a new school year is a labor of love. In addition to lesson plans and textbooks, Rollins' classroom prep includes hauling gallons of water, bringing in a...
  • Two more charter schools close abruptly, sending parents and students scrambling

    Two more charter schools close abruptly, sending parents and students scrambling
    Two charter schools on Tuesday shut down just two weeks into their first school year, the latest in an unprecedented string of overnight closures among South Florida charter schools. The shuttering of the Magnolia schools sent about 200 students...
  • Plainville Schools Open Smoothly

    PLAINVILLE — An estimated 2,400 students returned to local schools without any serious bus problems or other snags on Tuesday, the first day of the 2014-15 academic year. "We had a great opening," said School Superintendent Jeffrey Kitching, who...
  • First day of school on the Peninsula

    First day of school on the Peninsula
    Tina Chelgren greeted each of her third-grade students on Tuesday as they walked into her classroom at Kiln Creek Elementary School. Many of them carried new backpacks emblazoned with themes from the latest movies, such as Disney's "Frozen" or...
  • Mesa middle-schoolers get their own space

    Mesa middle-schoolers get their own space
    While previous generations have been forced to intermingle with Costa Mesa High School students, seventh- and eighth-graders who returned to class Tuesday found a space of their own. Newport-Mesa Unified School District trustees unveiled the Costa...
  • For state fair participants, start of school before Labor Day hits home

    For state fair participants, start of school before Labor Day hits home
    Hannah Sheats raises goats, makes clothes and bakes items with the 4-H to show at the Maryland State Fair. But the 11-year-old Parkton girl hasn't been to the State Fairgrounds in Timonium as much as she'd like since Baltimore County public schools opened...
  • It's Tuesday, do you know where your charter school is?

    It's Tuesday, do you know where your charter school is?
    Now South Florida charters schools are dropping two at a time. Listen, if your child attends a new charter school, I wouldn’t blink. The whole thing could be gone in an instant, leaving you to suddenly come up with Plan B. Fast. On Monday, as...