High School Roundup: GNB Voc-Tech senior James Estrella honors AJ DaSilva before walk-off win
Andrew Mattos saw the two hitters in front of him intentionally walked to load the bases in the bottom of the eight inning and he delivered a walk-off
2018 Reunion Weekend
Photos by John Gilooly, Gil Talbot, John Hurley, Tory Westnofske
Why More Students are Choosing Community Colleges over Traditional Four-Year Schools
Community colleges are quickly becoming a key competitor against four year universities – and for many good reasons! Learn about why more students are opting to enroll in their local community college, rather than going straight to four year institutions.
Microsoft is giving Minecraft to schools for free
Minecraft is letting teachers download Minecraft: Education Edition for free before the full version goes on sale in September.
Why Finland's schools are top-notch
Pasi Sahlberg says America can learn from Finland, which has one of the leading education systems in the world.
20 Staggering E-Waste Facts
E-waste doesn't have to mean 'game over'. These 20 facts about e-waste may help to spur action on your part, keeping these materials out of landfills.
What would happen if an elementary school abolished homework? This.
Citing the lack of evidence that homework does much if anything to improve academic performance in elementary grades, a principal in Manhattan notified parents that there would be no more after-school assignments for the public school’s students.
Top Ten Books for Principals to Read Aloud at Staff Meetings by Matt Renwick
Files are saved, paperwork is completed, and instructions are left for the new principal. As I prepare for a new adventure as principal of Mineral Point Elementary School (Wisconsin), there is one …
Why School Choice Fails
A long history shows that families often choose segregation over mixed-race learning.
KCKPS Is Proud to Announce the 2018 Reasons to Believe Honorees
Contact: Melissa Fears, Director of Marketing and Communication, (913) 279-2225 Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools is pleased to announce the honorees for the 2018 Reasons to Believe recognition. These are individuals whose accomplishments showcase their incredible skills and life stories, highlighting their perseverance, hard work and dedication. Their qualities exemplify to all of us why they are Reasons to Believe and inspirations to many The following honorees will be celebrated at the Central Office and Training Center on Thursday, November 15 at 7 p.m Jeainnie Brown: certified public accountant, Hallmark Cards Inc. (1989 graduate, Wyandotte High School) Janie Gaunce: president and chief executive officer of Grapevine Designs, LLC (1976 graduate, Washington High School) Lyle Gibson: division…