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  • Multiple options for Chicago-area applicants

    Multiple options for Chicago-area applicants
    Here is a look at major schools that offer Master of Business Administration programs in Chicago or the Chicago area. Many schools give students a choice of part-time (including evening and weekend options), flexible, full-time, accelerated, dual-degree,...
  • Preparing for the GRE

    Last week, I downloaded a free GRE practice test and a smartphone application for on-the-go studying. As both items finished downloading, I recalled the comment that one of my favorite professors made about the GRE. "Taking the GRE is basically...
  • 88% pass high school exit exam

    A majority of Newport-Mesa Unified sophomores passed the statewide high school exit exam last year, according to data released Wednesday. Eighty-eight percent of local sophomores who took the California High School Exit Exam, or CAHSEE, passed. That puts...
  • Pasadena schools improving on exit exams, gap looms for some minority students

    Pasadena schools improving on exit exams, gap looms for some minority students
    Students at Pasadena public high schools are improving their performance on exams required for graduation, but success rates for black and Latino students continue to lag behind white and Asian American students. In the 2011-12 school year, 82% of...
  • City school students show improvement on exit exam

    City school students show improvement on exit exam
    SAN DIEGO -- San Diego Unified School District 10th graders performed slightly better on the California High School Exit Exam than the previous year's class, with 86 percent passing the math portion and 83 percent passing the English section, according to...
  • La Cañada's high school exit exam scores still sparkling

    La Cañada's high school exit exam scores still sparkling
    An overwhelming majority of La Cañada High School 10th-graders passed the state high school exit exam in 2011-12, keeping pace with the strong results from the district in previous years. Ninety-eight percent of sophomores passed both the English and...
  • Glendale Unified scores well on high school exit exams

    Glendale Unified posted strong results among sophomores who took the state high school exit exam this past school year, according to the latest figures released Wednesday. For 2011-12, 93% of sophomores who took high school exit exams passed the...
  • 22 city schools to start year without permanent leaders

    22 city schools to start year without permanent leaders
    Twenty-two Baltimore schools will open Monday without permanent principals in place, continuing the unprecedented turnover under Andrés Alonso — moves that the administrators union says reflect "vindictive" and "capricious" decisions by the...
  • Some Schools, Communities Reluctant to Start School Later

    Some Schools, Communities Reluctant to Start School Later
    Every teen dreads one thing in the morning—their alarm clock. Roseville High School senior Jacob Priley is one of the many students who have to wake up early in the morning to get to school at 7:40 a.m. “I feel like crap,” said Priley,...
  • Documents show that system ignored flawed information in cheating investigation

    Documents show that system ignored flawed information in cheating investigation
    When Baltimore City Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke visited Abbottston Elementary after news broke that the school had cheated on state testing for students in 2009, she despaired because she never believed Principal Angela Faltz, whom she had known for...
  • Stuck in place

    Stuck in place
    The results of this year's Maryland School Assessments test, which show Baltimore City schools making only marginal progress on standardized test scores over last year, are troubling because they seem to suggest that the ambitious reforms begun five years...