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If you happen to notice that high school students throughout Newport-Mesa are looking even more stressed-out and sleep-deprived than usual, it's probably because they've been undergoing the annual rite of springtime known as AP testing. And every year at...
It will be business as usual for the La Caņada Unified School District while other education officials brace for a dramatic shift in how their extracurricular activities are funded. A recent lawsuit settlement invokes existing state law that bars schools...
JERSEY CITY, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he believes the decision on whether to teach creationism in addition to evolution is a choice best left to local school districts. But the Republican governor refused to say Thursday...
Tags: Schools, Manalapan, New Jersey, Executive Branch, Chris Christie
Margaret “Maggie” Seiler of Valley Center, Kan. is seeking a future career in either agricultural journalism or dairy farm promotions. To help Seiler reach her professional goal, she applied for, and recently was awarded, a $1,500...
The Winchester SunBeginning next school year, all coaches within the school district will be operating under one defined set of rules after the Clark County school board Tuesday approved a draft of the district’s first Coaches Handbook. When the final handbook is...
Tags: Contracts, Teaching and Learning
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe threat of deep cuts being made in order to balance the school district’s $32 million budget packed the library at Greencastle-Antrim Middle School at Thursday’s school board meeting. With the district facing a $2.3 million deficit,...
Tags: Wrestling, Schools, Music, Entertainment, Government Debt
email@example.comFor the third year in a row, the two largest high schools in Aberdeen will have their graduations on the same day and at the same time. The Central and Roncalli commencements begin at 2 p.m. Sunday. For many years, Central’s graduation took...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIt’s a comprehensive technology magnet high school for juniors and seniors in Washington County, one that prepares students to get jobs or get into college, education officials say. So Jeffrey Stouffer, principal of Washington County Technical High...
email@example.comAlthough Washington County Technical High School can propel students directly into careers, it also prepares them to further their educations. More than half of Tech High’s students will go on to college or to specialized training programs,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgChanges in the job market and expectations for students have George Phillips, supervisor for career technology and enrichment programs for Washington County Public Schools, wondering about the life span of some of the construction trade programs such as...
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