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More districts experimenting with four-day school week
JASPER, Mo. (AP) - Faced with a tight budget, the Jasper School District made cuts. Summer school and pre-kindergarten programs were discontinued. When a Spanish teacher left the district, her class was replaced with online coursework. Now Jasper is trying another experiment to save money: No school on Mondays. Starting ...
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Montour board votes to close Ingram Community Resource Center
The Ingram Community Resource Center has been closed by the Montour School District because of a lack of participation by users.
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Records: Lincoln-Way superintendent predicted deficit before presenting balanced budget
When Lincoln-Way High School District 210 landed on the state's financial watch list in 2015, many residents, elected officials and educators expressed shock. The district had for years enjoyed a strong reputation among educators and taxpayers throughout the south suburbs, particularly for its...
-1 points by Chicago Tribune | Keynesian economics Fiscal conservatism Lincoln-Way Community High School District Finance Balanced budget High school Budgets School district
The Latest: Sheriff: 1 dead, 1 injured in school shooting
ALPINE, Texas (AP) - The Latest on a shooting at a high school in West Texas (all times local): 11:50 a.m. The local sheriff says a student has died of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot after shooting and injuring another student at West Texas high school. Brewster County Sheriff Ronny Dodson ...
1 points by The Washington Times | High school Police Texas Brewster County Texas School district Constable Alpine Texas Sheriff
Fatal shooting reported at West Texas high school
A manhunt was underway and schools were locked down in Alpine, Texas, amid reports of a fatal shooting at Alpine High, authorities said.       
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Police search for suspect in ‘active shooter’ situation at West Texas high school
Police in the West Texas town of Alpine say there’s an “active shooter” situation at a high school and schools have been locked down amid the search for a suspect.
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Police reporting ‘active shooter’ at West Texas school
Police in the West Texas town of Alpine say there’s an “active shooter” situation and schools have been locked down amid the search for a suspect.
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Police in West Texas town of Alpine search for 'active shooter'
Police in the West Texas town of Alpine say there's an "active shooter" situation and schools have been locked down amid the search for a suspect. Police dispatcher Scarlet Eldred had no immediate information on whether anyone was hurt in the unspecified incident shortly before 9 a.m. Thursday....
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Police in West Texas town of Alpine search for 'shooter'
Police in the West Texas town of Alpine say there's an "active shooter" situation and schools have been locked down amid the search for a suspect. Police dispatcher Scarlet Eldred had no immediate information on ...
-1 points by Las Vegas Sun | High school Texas School district College Grammar school School types Middle school Vocational school
1 person shot, 2 gunmen loose at West Texas high school
There is an active shooter situation at Alpine High School in West, Texas. One person has been shot and two suspects are believed to be on the loose, police have said. All schools in the Alpine Independent School District are on “critical lockdown.” Read Full Article at RT.com
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Atlanta school board to superintendent: “Good job, good buddy”

102 points by Atlanta Journal Constitution | High school School district Better State Education Teacher School Superintendent
Transgender student locker room access debate erupts in Elgin
Another controversy over locker room access for a transgender student is brewing after a local school board member took to Facebook about the matter Monday. Elgin-based School District U-46 board member Jeanette Ward wrote that Tuesday marks the first day that transgender students will be able...
-1 points by Chicago Tribune | High school Gender Board of directors United States Education Transgender Gender role School district
San Francisco school board president calls for the renaming of schools tied to slavery
George Washington, the first American president, has his face on the quarter and the $1 bill. So many things are named after him — counties, towns, mountains, bridges, lakes and countless schools. But the president of the San Francisco School Board, Matt Haney, wants to change the names of any...
1789 points by Los Angeles Times | High school President of the United States Maya Angelou George Washington Francis Scott Key School district United States
Bells ring as summer ends for 130K Philadelphia public school students
Ringing giant bells and declaring optimism, School Superintendent William R. Hite Jr. and Mayor Kenney formally opened the 2016-17 school year for 130,000 Philadelphia students Wednesday.
-1 points by The Philadelphia Inquirer | High school Education College School district Secondary school School School types Superintendent
Last day of classes in Concord is June 16, totaling 174 instruction days in school year
With six snow days, and five delayed openings in Concord this school year, parents may have thought classes would go into late June. It turns out, the last day of school in Concord will be June 16, two days later than scheduled. Concord High School graduation will be held on June 17, as planned.“In...
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Detroit superintendent candidate withdraws
Orlando Ramos was one of three finalists for the superintendent's job in Detroit        
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Here's a look at 3 Detoit schools superintendent finalists
The finalists will undergo interviews with the Detroit board of education in the coming weeks.        
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After meeting, Hill speeding ahead to become SAU 103 in July
With just one elementary school holding 63 students, Hill School District will officially become SAU 103 on July 1.The topic came up only briefly at the town’s annual school district meeting Wednesday, which was held at the SAU’s new headquarters: Jennie D. Blake elementary school.School board chair...
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Young spellers excel from 'a' to b-e-e
African American students show prowess at event [...] on Saturday, 15 word gladiators dressed in T-shirts denoting their love for the components of the dictionary took on the form of an academic beehive, competing in the African American National Spelling Bee, the capstone event of a nonprofit group committed to training middle school students for competition and academic achievement. There were dings after "idiosyncrasy," "duress" and "bequest," as nervous parents shifted in their seats and sighed in the Heinen Theatre at Houston Community College's Central Campus. The soundtrack for the event's final ovation was "Survivor" - a winner's anthem by Beyoncé's former group, Destiny's Child. Robert Garner, a Houston real estate entrepreneur and founder of the African American National Spelling Bee Championships Inc., has organized events in Pennsylvania and California over the last decade. Children from Houston Independent School District, Crosby ISD, Cypress-Fairbanks ISD, YES Prep Southside charter school and the Abiding Word Lutheran School participated in the bee this year. The National Assessment of Educational Progress, a reading scale that ranges from zero to 500, measures U.S. student reading performance in grades 4, 8 and 12. According to the 2013 results reported by the U.S. Department of Education, average eighth-grade reading scores for Asian students were 280; 276 for white students; 256 for Hispanic students; 251 for American Indian students; and 250 for black students. Jacqueline Terrell, the spelling bee's executive director, said the group's mission is to close achievement gaps by pushing students beyond memorization with word decoding techniques. The Walker brothers attend Crosby Middle School and trained in Saturday workshops with volunteers and African American spelling bee alumna Angel Walker, their older sister.
1 points by The Houston Chronicle | Spelling bee School district Spelling High school Middle school Scripps National Spelling Bee Orthography Spell
Baltimore schools CEO: No commitments yet from State House, City Hall to close funding gap
Baltimore school officials are asking state and city lawmakers for $65 million to shrink their $130 million budget deficit and avert more than 1,000 layoffs. But schools CEO Sonja Santelises said she has "no firm commitments" from the State House or City Hall. Even with additional money, Santelises...
-2 points by Baltimore Sun | High school College The Wire School district Secondary school Public school Grammar school Anne Arundel County Maryland
Lake Bluff man alleges teacher sexually abused students in '70s and '80s
Jim Moss said that when he stood up before the Lake Bluff District 65 Board of Education on Tuesday night, he'd waited 42 years to publicly make the formal statement that he had been sexually abused by a former teacher at the district. "To the best of my knowledge, I am the first abuse victim of...
19 points by Chicago Tribune | High school Middle school Secondary school College Three-tier education Education School district Teacher
Report: Texas school district explores using students as janitors in cost-cutting measure
A budget shortfall brought on by a cut of state funding has lead the Frisco Independent School District to explore ways to save money over the coming years.
852 points by The Houston Chronicle | High school Dallas Texas School district Education Frisco Texas Property Plano Texas
State is ignoring the public's wishes in its ESSA plan, 10 local superintendents say
Local superintendents say the Ohio Department of Education's should have made more changes to testing and state report cards in its state education plan under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) CLEVELAND, Ohio - A group of local superintendents and other educators questioned Monday the Ohio Department of Education's avoidance of any real changes the public sought in its proposed state education plan under the federal Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). The group of 10 superintendents, mostly from Lorain County, said in a joint letter Monday that residents made it clear in a series of public meetings and surveys late last year that they wanted less testing of students, changes to state report cards and more stable expectations from year to year. That feedback was supposed to help the department create a new testing and accountability plan to replace the old federal mandates and repercussions of the No Child Left Behind law. But the state's proposed plan makes none of the changes the public wanted, other than to skip them in the name of providing stability. The proposal differs little from what the state does now.  "Ohio had a chance to make some significant reductions to testing," the letter states. "Ohio's educators, parents, students and other constituents waited patiently for Ohio's interpretation and plans for implementing a more flexible and locally controlled accountability system that the ESSA permitted." It addded: "At its core, Ohio's plan does not address nor incorporate the flexibility that was provided through the shift from NCLB to ESSA," the letter reads. Jim Lloyd, superintendent of the Olmsted Falls school district and a leader of the group despite representing a Cuyahoga County district, was more blunt, calling the state plan "No Child Left Behind version 2.0." "They got a mouthful of what the public wanted, which was a reduction in assessments and that's not in there at all," Lloyd said. "I don't get it. I just don't." Superintendents signing the letter were from the Amherst, Avon, Clearview, Columbia Station, Elyria, Keystone, North Olmsted, Oberlin, Olmsted Falls,. They were also joined by officials from the Berea and Wellington school districts. The group plans to have a public forum Feb 22 to share information about the state's plan and gather more feedback. The 7 p.m. forum will be at Avon High School, 37545 Detroit Rd. Check back soon for a look at the changes the local educators want made in the plan.  Or look below for the group's letter.  Click here for more about the state's proposed plan, which is scheduled to be sent to the U.S. Department of Education for approval by April 3. ODE officials said earlier this week that submission of the plan is not the end of the state's review of its accountability plan. They have also noted that it is not simple to eliminate testing, even to the minimum required by federal law. Several tests students take now are mandated by state law and would need law changes to eliminate them. A special task force is also reviewing the state's test score requirements for high school students to graduate. That panel's recommendations,  which could prompt more testing changes, is not due until mid-April. Some state school board members are also uneasy with how few changes the plan makes. They questioned State Superintendent Paolo Demaria Monday about the unresolved testing issues in the plan, asking if  the state could wait until September to submit a more complete plan, as allowed under the law.  The U.S. Department of Education will have more guidance on March 13  for states about how their plans should look. A delay would also allow the state legislature to make any testing changes  Board member Stephanie Dodd said after the meeting that she may ask the board to vote next month for a delay. "I don't know the need for the rush," Dodd said. // DV.load("https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/3461368-Ohio-ESSA-Draft-Plan-Collective-Response-Updated.js", { width: 600, height: 800, sidebar: false, container: "#DV-viewer-3461368-Ohio-ESSA-Draft-Plan-Collective-Response-Updated" }); // ]]>
434 points by The Plain Dealer | Cuyahoga County Ohio Olmsted Township Cuyahoga County Ohio High school United States Lorain County Ohio School district Berea Ohio Education
Flexing learning areas help students in some Texas schools
WACO, Texas (AP) - Miranda Bennett's first-grade students have had their new classroom furniture for only a week, but the swivel chairs, whiteboard tables, wobbly stools and movable cushions have already changed the way her students engage in the classroom. "Interestingly enough, I thought it was going to be my ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | High school Middle school Waco Texas School district Secondary school Texas Elementary school School districts
Letter: Bow needs you
Bow needs youBow is in another budget battle, but this time it is with our school budget, not the town’s budget.As a member of the Bow budget committee, I urge all voters to attend the March 10 meeting to vote on the school budget.While the board of selectmen was willing to work with the budget com...
-2 points by Concord Monitor | High school Board of selectmen School district English-language films
Basketball: City Section has its first almost complete charter school playoff division
There should be a question in Jeopardy: Who are the 14 charter schools in the 16-team City Section Division V basketball playoffs? In what has to be a first in City Section history, 14 of the 16 schools are charter schools, and few people even know they exist. There's North Valley Military; Aspire...
22 points by Los Angeles Times | High school College Vocational school Grammar school New York City Guinness World Records School district Basketball
Public schools step up fight to win back charter students

-2 points by The Philadelphia Inquirer | High school Charter school Charter Public school Superintendent School district Chester County Pennsylvania Kindergarten
School employee accused of relationship with student in Parma appears in court
Ashley Mason, 25, entered a not-guilty plea on a charge of sexual battery. Ashley MasonParma police  PARMA, Ohio - A 25-year-old contracted school employee accused of having a sexual relationship with a student had her first court appearance Friday morning in Parma Municipal Court. Judge Timothy Gilligan set her bond at $5,000 at 10 percent. Mason waived her preliminary hearing. She will appear in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court Feb. 16, a court official said. Mason is facing one charge of sexual battery. Mason is accused of having a relationship with a Parma Senior High School student. The school's administration was made aware of the situation Monday, according to a statement from the Parma City School District. Mason is not a Parma Schools employee. She was contracted to the high school through the Educational Service Center of Cuyahoga County. The ESC offers resources such as special education services and student programs, according to its website. The sexual interactions that happened off school property between Mason and the student happened from Jan. 23 through Feb. 6., according to a news release from the Parma Police Department. Mason has been placed on administrative leave and not allowed to return to the building. The ESC was made aware of the allegations. If you'd like to comment on this story, visit Friday's crime and courts comments section.
164 points by The Plain Dealer | High school College Grammar school Vocational school High School School district
How some Colorado schools are finding success with poor and minority students
Platte Canyon School District hugs a twisting stretch of U.S. 285 in Park County while serving fewer than 1,000 students in a cozy atmosphere that's occasionally interrupted by a mountain lion wandering too close to a classroom.
446 points by The Denver Post | High school College Education School district Middle school School Jefferson County Colorado Lunch
Teacher removed from Parma high school after 'possible inappropriate situation' with student
The Parma City School District was made aware of the situation on Monday, the district said in a statement. PARMA, Ohio - A 25-year-old contracted employee has been placed on administrative leave after she was accused of having an inappropriate sexual relationship with a Parma Senior High School student. Ashley B. MasonParma Police  The high school's administration was alerted to the situation on Monday, the Parma City School District said in a statement. The employee, accused in the situation is 25-year-old Ashley B. Mason, Parma police Capt. Kevin Riley told cleveland.com. Mason, who worked in a teaching capacity at the school, is accused of having a sexual relationship with a Parma Senior High School student, Riley said. The sexual interactions between the student and Mason - which all happened off of school property - took place from Jan. 23 through Feb. 6. Mason has been charged with one count of sexual battery in connection with the allegations, and she is scheduled to appear in Parma Municipal Court at 11 a.m. Friday, Riley said. Mason is not a Parma Schools employee but rather was contracted to the high school through the Educational Service Center of Cuyahoga County, the district said. She has been placed on administrative leave and is not allowed to return to the building. Her employer, the Educational Service Center, was also made aware of the allegations. The school district said in its statement that it would not comment further on the situation, citing the ongoing police investigation. If you'd like to comment on this post, please visit the cleveland.com crime and courts comments section.
1481 points by The Plain Dealer | High school College Grammar school Vocational school High School School district Education
Zion police: Excessive speed led to crash that killed Waukegan student
A fatal crash involving a Waukegan High School student in Zion on Saturday, Feb. 4, appears to have been caused by the student failing to stop at a stop sign and excessive speed, according to police.Malik Brown was driving a 2017 Nissan Sentra occupied by five individuals ranging in ages 16 to...
83 points by Chicago Tribune | High school Basketball Israel Week-day names School district Sophomore College Police
Pennsylvania high school evacuated due to natural gas leak
BUTLER, Pa. (AP) - A western Pennsylvania high school has been evacuated while crews worked to fix a natural gas leak nearby, which has also prompted all activities to be canceled. William Pettigrew, the acting superintendent of the Butler School District says the leak is outside Butler Senior High School, ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | High school Basketball School district Natural gas College Gas leak Grammar school Vocational school
Lincoln-Way student claims swimsuit discrimination
The cost of a student's swimsuit in Lincoln-Way High School District 210 has come under scrutiny by the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights, according to a letter the district received from the federal agency. The complaint alleged that the district subjected female students...
802 points by Chicago Tribune | Suggested retail price Discrimination Price School district Superintendent Pleading Complaint Lincoln-Way Community High School District
Texas school district sorry after administrator blames boys' bad grades on girls' 'tight clothing'
A Texas school district has apologized for an administrator's "failed attempt at humor" after he reportedly blamed boys' bad grades on the clothing that female students wear. Students said Phil Morgante, an assistant principal at Clements High School in Sugar Land, Texas, made the comments while discussing the school's dress ...
11 points by The Washington Times | High school School district Texas Stafford Municipal School District Fort Bend Independent School District Clements High School Trousers Education
Phila. SD agrees to enhance special-ed services

-2 points by The Philadelphia Inquirer | High school Education Summer of Love Individualized Education Program Plaintiff Class action Defamation School district
Mayfield High School student to be disciplined for bringing bullet to school, officials say
A Mayfield High School student will face discipline for bringing a bullet to the school, the district said in a statement. MAYFIELD VILLAGE, Ohio - A Mayfield High School student will face discipline for bringing a bullet to the school, the school district said in a statement. Classmates informed administrators after finding the bullet Monday morning in a boy's locker room. The school's resource officer searched the locker room but did not find a gun or any other weapon, the district said in its statement to parents and guardians. School officials have determined there is no threat to students. The student who brought the bullet to school has been identified and will be disciplined, the district said in its statement. "I want to thank the students who brought this to our attention," Mayfield High School Principal Jeffrey Legan said in the district' statement. "We believe if you see something then you say something." If you'd like to comment on this story, visit Monday's crime and courts comments section.
24 points by The Plain Dealer | High school Gun College Grammar school Education School district Vocational school Teacher
Horizon will build in new Azalea District of Valley Ranch
The Signorelli Company, developer of the 1,400-acre master-planned community of Valley Ranch, announced the addition of Texas-based Horizon Homes to its home-building team. "Horizon Homes is an affiliate of the award-winning builder Highland Homes, a company with more than 30 years of building experience in Texas, and shares with them a reputation for ... honest, supportive customer service," said Daniel Signorelli, president and CEO of The Signorelli Company. Parks, lakes, wooded trails, a community clubhouse with pool and water playground, plus New Caney Independent School District neighborhood schools add to the appeal of Valley Ranch, which is planned to include approximately 2,500 homes and townhomes and 1,000 multifamily residences upon completion.
1 points by The Houston Chronicle | Community Greater Houston Texas High school School district Home
Texas high school students hold up Nazi salute in class photo
Some Texas high schoolers may be in trouble after a photo of them holding up the Nazi salute during a senior class picture made its way arou...       
10184 points by USA Today | High school School district Texas High School Musical Gestures Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District English-language films University
2 students, teacher reprimanded for Trump assassination skit
SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Two 10th-grade students at a San Antonio high school and their teacher have been reprimanded for the performance of a skit portraying the assassination of President-elect Donald Trump. The San Antonio Express-News (http://bit.ly/2fKtkI1 ) reports the skit, titled "The Assassination of Donald Trump," was performed last ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | High school Donald Trump School district San Antonio Express-News Education Texas Ivana Trump Fred Trump
High school swimmer dies at Vernon Hills H.S.
A teen swimmer died at Vernon Hills High School Wednesday night during a school-sanctioned activity, according to a statement from Community High School District 128. The boy was a junior at Warren Township High School and is part of the Cats Aquatic Team, which is a club swim team the school district...
3255 points by Chicago Tribune | High school Education Police Constable Student School district Swimming
HISD finance chief leaving for TSU exec post
The Houston school district's chief financial officer and former interim superintendent, Ken Huewitt, confirmed Thursday he has accepted a job overseeing finances and administration at Texas Southern University.
4 points by The Houston Chronicle | Houston Independent School District Texas High school Southwestern Athletic Conference School district Historically black colleges and universities Superintendent Historically black universities and colleges in the United States
Videos from Ohio's graduation debate: A "march for mediocrity" or a bar set too high?
Ohio's graduation standards were debated in Columbus at the state school board Tuesday. Here's a look at comments from state board member Todd Jones, Olmsted Falls Superintendent Jim Lloyd, Mayfield Superintendent Keith Kelly and Shadyside Superintendent John Haswell Watch video COLUMBUS, Ohio - New high school graduation requirements that could cut graduation rates as much as 30 percent were the center of an often-passionate debate Tuesday between members of the state school board and officials from school districts across Ohio. Here's a look at comments from the state school board meeting from board member Todd Jones, Olmsted Falls Superintendent Jim Lloyd, Mayfield Superintendent Keith Kelly, and Shadyside Superintendent John Haswell. At issue is whether the state should stick with new and stricter graduation requirements, even if they prevent many students from graduating, or whether it should ease them or wipe the new requirements out altogether. The debate also touched on an ongoing fight over how much scores on state tests should matter. The key controversy in the graduation debate is the expectation that students score well on seven new end-of-course exams in order to graduate. Lloyd and Haswell led a rally of a few hundred school officials against those standards outside the statehouse while the board met Tuesday, before a few went to testify before the board. The board is leaning toward relaxing the standards for a few years and increasing them over time to give schools and students time to adjust, rather than having them take full effect with this year's 11th graders, the class of 2018. "Ohio's superintendents are for higher standards and expectations, however you can't simply mandate or will that to happen," Lloyd said at the rally. "There needs to be a proper amount of pressure and support." But state school board members Todd Jones and Tom Gunlock said that schools have known for two years that stricter requirements would take effect and should have responded before now. Jones criticized the rally as a "march for mediocrity" - using a variation of that term a few times. See above for video of him telling the board that "schools that care, not the ones marching for mediocrity at the statehouse" should help students learn what they need to meet higher standards. And here he tells the board that Ohio is becoming the "Mississippi of the north" (partially cut off) with its low educational expectations. Those need to change, he said, so that students can be better prepared for the workforce. Lloyd and other superintendents took issue with Jones's "march for mediocrity" remark and urged the board to consider the impact of the new requirements on students.  To the right are a few of his comments to the state school board, where he repeatedly urged the board to lower the requirements - even beyond what the board is considering. See below for his full prepared speeches for both the rally and board meeting. John Haswell, superintendent of the Shadyside school district on the border with West Virginia, was a co-organizer of the rally. He told the board that the state's use of three different state tests in as many years is unfair to students. He said he doesn't trust the scores because one of his strongest teachers saw her students' results vary dramatically from year to year, though little else changed. He also urged the state to cut testing back to federal minimums and stop using them to determine who graduates. "Don't tie graduation to high-stakes testing," Haswell said. "I'm not for one test marking our children." Here he tells the board that it simply raised expectations too far. Keith Kelly of the Mayfield school district also joined the discussion with the board. Kelly blasted the state's increasing use of standardized tests and how results are used to rank schools like education is a competition. "Why?" he asked. "An overemphasis on testing as a way to measure effectiveness of students and schools discourages teacher growth, not enhances it. Teachers feel bound to test prep, graduation rates, gap closing - and not free to experiment with proven methods and strategies because to do so takes time, trial and error and patience." Here he challenges the board to visit his and other schools to see that they already have rigorous expectations of students. He also believes that graduation requirements are being pushed too fast. "Time to adjust instructional practices in order for kids to reach the standards we set is a major issue - especially when there are socioeconomic challenges at play," Kelly said. "Let's work together to determine a timeline that makes educational sense, not political sense." Here is the text of Jim Lloyd's speeches at the rally and to the state school board: // DV.load("https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/3220988-Olmsted-Falls-Superintendent-Jim-Lloyd-s.js", { width: 600, height: 800, sidebar: false, container: "#DV-viewer-3220988-Olmsted-Falls-Superintendent-Jim-Lloyd-s" }); // ]]>
62 points by The Plain Dealer | High school School district Education Board of directors School Graduation Standardized test Superintendent
Teen's post of overcooked school hamburger draws reaction
DUBOIS, Pa. (AP) - A picture of an unappetizing school cafeteria hamburger posted on Facebook has drawn a reaction from the Pennsylvania school district where it was served. A student at DuBois Area High School posted the picture on DuBoisLIve.com's page to show people what a friend was served at ...
1 points by The Washington Times | High school Hamburger Cafeteria School district Cooking The Washington Times Burger Monday
White Texas students chant ‘Build that Wall’ at volleyball game
The students also toted "Trump/Pence" signs.
1823 points by Daily News | Fort Worth Texas High school Archer County Texas Fort Worth Star-Telegram School district Donald Trump Archer City Texas Archer City Independent School District
South Texas school sign warns teachers may be armed
A sign at Medina Independent School District in south Texas warns that teachers may be armed. 
11 points by The Houston Chronicle | School district High school Texas College
Deal reached on 3rd-grade reading bill
A stalled plan to boost third-grade reading rates and hold back more struggling students is moving in the Legislature       
-1 points by The Detroit News | High school Education United States Student Michigan Legislatures United States Congress School district
Student recounts the moments before fatal Legacy High School bus crash
As a group of Legacy High School football players and their coaches rode a yellow school bus home Sunday evening from DIA, they suddenly found themselves off the paved surface of a road near the terminal and hurtling down the adjacent earth. The Adams County 12 Five Star Schools bus driver died and three Legacy High School coaches were seriously hurt in the crash.
-1 points by The Denver Post | School bus High school Bus Bus driver School Adams County Colorado School district Driver visibility
Trump 'wall' gag at Texas high school prompts Twitter outrage
It may have seemed like a good idea at the time, but a high school pep rally themed "Make Colleyville Great Again" made Colleyville the center of some unwanted attention. Students at Colleyville Heritage High took the theme and ran with it in a Donald Trump-esqe direction before a game against Trinity High in Euless.
-1 points by The Houston Chronicle | High school Academic term Twitter Colleyville Heritage High School School district Texas Education United States
In Connecticut, a Wealth Gap Divides Neighboring Schools
Fairfield and Bridgeport sit side by side and spend more per student than the national average, but the quality of the education they offer is worlds apart.
8095 points by The New York Times | High school School Education School district Superintendent Teacher Connecticut College
Report: Benchmark led to special education services denials
HOUSTON (AP) - More than a dozen teachers and administrators from across Texas say they delayed or denied special education to disabled students in order to stay below the benchmark state officials set for the number of students who should get such services. A Houston Chronicle (http://bit.ly/2c7S5hh ) investigation found ...
7 points by The Washington Times | Texas Education Houston High school School district Teacher Texas Education Agency United States