On average, charter school students are learning more in a school year than their peers at traditional schools. Because of California's charter school moveme...
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Top education officials say America’s schools need more black teachers
Today, a student in America can go from Kindergarten to college and never have one teacher of color. In a nation where minorities are a growing share of the 50 million children in public schools, black students are even less likely to see classroom leaders that look like them. A report by the Albert Shanker …
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Community Advisory Committee 2017 Meeting
20:23 28 March in News by Anthony Administrative Assistant Breakout Session Every March, HBAS calls our community together for an annual “check up” of our Career Technical Education (CTE) programs. At this year’s Community Advisory Meeting, held on March 23rd, we shared updates and sought advice from our diverse CTE community members This year, we had one of our biggest turnouts ever! It was an honor for our faculty and administrators to host students, community college and business partners, and HBUHSD Board Members Bonnie Castrey, Dr. Duane Dishno and Dr. Michael Simons First, Assistant Principal Shirley Vaughn reflected on several initiatives taken after input from past CAC meetings, including: Career Readiness Skills course Hiring a Job…
Siblings capture bronze at karate National Championships
Coxsackie natives Dillon and Jordane Hynes traveled to Raleigh, North Carolina to compete against 1,600 athletes from across the nation at the Amateur Athletic Union Karate National Champion
U.S. Department of Education
What School Can Be Remarks as delivered by U.S. Secretary of Education John B. King Jr. at the Las Vegas Academy of the Arts April 14, 2016 Contact: Press Office, (202) 401-1576, email@example.com Thanks so much for that warm introduction, Amanda. Thank you, Principal Walker, for the opportunity to spend the day here with all of you. Thank you, Christopher for showing us all what it means to be an out loud poetry champion. As you probably know, I am here today to talk about importance of genuinely well-rounded educationthe kind of education that engages and intrigues kids, and allows them to discover their interests in the arts, in science, in the world languages and so much else. But the truth is, I feel like folks could get a good understanding of…
How Emotions Affect Learning, Behaviors, and Relationships
In the first of five posts about the film "Inside Out," Lori Desautels offers strategies to help explore how joy, sadness, fear, anger, and disgust can help students.
With a focus on the college-bound, career and technical education to expand in 10 schools
A new city program will help 10 schools either launch or expand career and technical education programs this fall.