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Malden - The Board of Elementary and Secondary Education will hold a series of public forums across the Commonwealth on the upcoming decision on whether to sunset the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS) and adopt the Partnership for the Assessment of College and Careers (PARCC). Members of the public will be invited to attend and offer their perspectives on the PARCC assessments on the following dates…

Today, the Missouri Department of Elementary & Secondary Education (DESE) released its report cards on the academic health of Missouri school districts with their Annual Performance Reports (APR). The Maplewood Richmond Heights School District received very high honors by receiving a score of 98.2% for 2015. This marks a 4.6% increase from the 2014 score of 93.6%, and a 9.6% increase from two years ago
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Section One - State Educational Profile With two full pages of data per state, these profiles allow the user to quickly and easily see a complete statewide educational overview. The first page includes test scores from the National Assessment of Educational Progress. Here, users will find reading and mathematics scores for both 4th grade and 8th grade levels, broken down by gender, race, ethnicity, and class…

Millions of U.S. children are denied access to high-quality education. It’s time to put U.S. education on the path toward equity.

NEA strongly supports the goals of the No Child Left Behind Act: raising student achievement and closing achievement gaps. But NEA is concerned about NCLB’s continued reliance on test scores for teacher evaluation and emphasis on school turnaround models.

This year's PRIDE Club Summer Day Camp kicks off on May 31 and continues until July 26. Participants (kindergarten through 8th grade) are offered a cariety of summer activities to help them grow physically, emotionally and academically in a safe environment. Activities include weekly field trips, arts and crafts, indoor and outdoor games, and so much more
FREE Breakfast and Lunch Available at All Pendergast Schools
As part of our Summer Meal Program, all kids under the age of 18 can visit one…

Emerson Elementary-Middle School, offering grades Pre-K to 8, emphasizes technology and science throughout the curriculum, including state-of-the-art technology in every classroom, robotics, community gardening and outdoor classroom experiences. Our students are guided to achieve academic excellence within a Professional Learning Community led by highly qualified staff. Cooperation, collaboration, and high expectations are part of the instructional platform used to prepare each student to achieve and compete…

At high-achieving Chrysler Elementary, the focus is on family Family Being a top school is as much about STEAM and STEM, Robotics, chemistry and technology as it is about a more significant educational phenomenon at Chrysler Elementary School: being family. Chrysler successfully bridges the young households of its students as well as the surrounding community, along with its star educators in a tight-knit family environment that…

If there is one commonality among most Bagley Elementary School students, fourth-grader Ryan Langford would proudly say, “We’re all pretty smart.” They also love math and science. And the majority know exactly which career fields pique their interest by the fourth grade. Ryan, who is 9 years old, has a list of “top three” careers that he plans to narrow down by sixth grade. “My favorite subjects are science and math. I’ve always been interested in Earth Science and how the earth should…

They just keep coming back to Neinas Elementary School Each day, the educators and partners at Neinas Elementary School build upon the school’s foundation of nearly a century of service. They work to meet the educational and social needs of the 270-plus students and their families in the tight-knit southwest Detroit community. And everybody – it seems – just keeps coming back. The families keep returning…

On a chilly November morning at Maybury Elementary, Ana Jimenez leaned over the desk of her second-grade daughter, Fernanda, slowly running her fingers across the words on a math worksheet between them. Their two bowed heads formed a steeple as they worked together on the math problems, their tongues weaving in and out of English and Spanish phrases as they discussed the equations. Jimenez’ visit was not unusual. She comes to the school four days a week for three hours each day. She…

Upholding a traditional PreK-5 structure while providing a world-class education Take the commitment… The Wayne Commitment! I respect myself and others too, I respect the best in all I do! I will keep my school clean and safe, Come every day and not be late! I am here to learn all I can, to try my best and be all I am! ~Written by Wayne Elementary Student Council When you enter the doors at Wayne Elementary School, you enter what is known as…

Approximately 404 geniuses walk the halls of Cooke Elementary School daily. If anyone disagrees, they’ll have to take it up with Principal Philip Van Hooks, who not only refers to each of his students as prodigies, but also said it is his “personal responsibility to harness their genius and put them on a positive path not only for their personal benefit, but for the benefit of our city.” Housed in a beautiful brick structure that dates back to the 1920s, Cooke Elementary School…

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Senate Passes ESEA Reauthorization. The Senate passed the Every Child Achieves Act (S. 1177), by a vote of 81 to 17, after debating the overhaul and amendments all week. The bill would grant more autonomy to state and local school districts over testing and accountability. It also gives states more flexibility using federal ...

Expanding the Day to Boost Learning Download PDF Return to TIME Collaborative School Profiles The staff at Pennington Elementary in Wheat Ridge launched an expanded learning time model in 2013. The new model increased the school day from seven hours to an eight-and-a-half-hour day; expanded core learning time in reading, writing,… read more →

Winners to be announced during April 26 ceremony
TOWSON, MD – Six Baltimore County Public Schools principals have been named finalists for the school system’s annual Elementary and Secondary Principals of the Year awards for 2017 – 2018
“Through the Principal of the Year program, we honor the considerable talents of the dedicated and innovative educational leaders who guide our schools toward excellence," said BCPS Superintendent…