User: demo Topic: University Privatization
Category: Public Education
Last updated: Sep 21 2018 20:12 IST RSS 2.0
 
12,844 to 12,863 of 12,877    
Wanted: New school leaders 16.4.2007 Chicago Tribune: Opinion
The Chicago Public Schools system has 126 openings for principals next fall, and has only 33 current principals ready to take the jobs. That's a problem. It's also a phenomenal opportunity.
In the Region | Westchester: Green Before It Had a Name 13.4.2007 NY Times: Real Estate
Usonia, a development of 47 homes on a 100-acre wooded site, was designed by a group of architectural idealists headed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Also found in: [+]
Arianna Huffington: Money Grubbing Pols Have the Nerve to Say it Doesn't Matter 10.4.2007 AlterNet
The oil industry spills gobs of cash all around Washington, and politicians return the favor with mega-billion dollar thank you notes, then have the gall to pretend that all that money doesn't affect their decision-making.
To Close Gaps, Schools Focus on Black Boys 9.4.2007 NYT: Home Page
School districts in diversifying suburbs are coming under pressure to address a seemingly intractable racial divide.
Gregg Kotsonas: This charter isn't serving kids others 'are failing' 7.4.2007 Star Tribune: Commentary
Such alternatives are less about reform and more about dismantling public education.
Also found in: [+]
Targets of tax increase have mixed reactions 5.4.2007 Minnesota Public Radio: Politics
The Minnesota Senate has passed a bill that would raise taxes on the state's wealthiest residents in order to pump more money into education. The well-off taxpayers are not of one mind on the issue.
U.S. aid shift brings Palestinians grief and relief 3.4.2007 Reuters Global Coverage
BILI'N, West Bank (Reuters) - A flattened hillside and unused blueprints are all that is left of plans by the West Bank village of Bili'n to build a state school for girls after the U.S. government pulled its money out of the ...
Mideast Linguistic Divide Widens 1.4.2007 Washington Post
Those who do study region's languages are doing so for reasons that reveal vastly different outlooks.
Editorial: Charter school cap is unwarranted 31.3.2007 Star Tribune: Editorials
Proper funding would support charter and traditional schools.
Distortion of Hinduism irks US Indians 8.3.2007 CNN-IBN: World
Hindu parents in US are irked by school textbooks that contain factually incorrect information about Hinduism.
Misrepresentation of Hinduism irks parents in US 8.3.2007 New Kerala: World News
New York, March 8: The latest review of social studies textbooks for middle schools in California has upset the Indian community, which has accused the board of education of spreading misleading information about Hinduism.
Test Scores, Grades at Odds 23.2.2007 Washington Post
High school seniors perform worse on tests than in past decade but receive higher grades, data shows.
States Consider Requiring HPV Vaccine for Girls 6.2.2007 NPR News
Texas is the first state to require that girls be vaccinated against the human papilloma virus. HPV is a sexually transmitted infection that most people will eventually be exposed to -- often soon after becoming sexually active. More than 20 states are considering requiring the vaccine.
Fenty Unveils New Schools Plan 5.1.2007 Washington Post
Sweeping legislation would put mayor in charge of reforming city's ailing public school system.
Judge Blocks Los Angeles Mayor from School Control 22.12.2006 NPR News
A struggle for control of the Los Angeles public school system took a fresh turn Thursday when a judge ruled against Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa's move to lead the schools. The judge said Villaraiagosa can not take partial control of the school district. The school board had sought to block the mayor.
'Unparalleled Force' in Schools 4.12.2006 Washington Post
<a href="http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/12/03/AR2006120301256.html"><img src="http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/photo/2006/12/03/PH2006120301328.jpg" width="80" height="72" border="0" align="left" valign="top" vspace="3" alt=""></a>Irasema Salcido finds that the Gates Foundation's education funds don�t just come with dreams. They also come with demands.
SAT Monitors Ignored Rules 17.11.2006 Washington Post
Flagrant rule violations at a busy testing center is a striking example of persistent test problems.
Home-schooling special: Preach your children well 11.11.2006 New Scientist: Focus on America
Christian conservatives in the US want kids educated at home, where they can use the Bible as the ultimate reference book - and shape future conservative leaders
Also found in: [+]
Home-schooling special: Preach your children well 11.11.2006 New Scientist: Focus on America
Christian conservatives in the US want kids educated at home, where they can use the Bible as the ultimate reference book - and shape future conservative leaders
Also found in: [+]
Home-schooling special: Preach your children well 11.11.2006 New Scientist: Focus on America
Christian conservatives in the US want kids educated at home, where they can use the Bible as the ultimate reference book - and shape future conservative leaders
Also found in: [+]
12,844 to 12,863 of 12,877