Boise trustee resigns, says board conduct is ‘inapproriate”

Boise College District trustee Joan Boren resigned Friday, saying the seven-member board is “not an independent, governing body and as an alternative serves at the pleasure of district administration.” The … Continue Reading →


How to InterRail on a student spending budget

InterRailing for a month all around Europe entailed me getting food-poisoned, head-butted and endlessly lost – but it was nevertheless undoubtedly the greatest month of my existence, even on a … Continue Reading →


Restrictive Social Media Policy Riles Tennessee College students, Mothers and fathers

The American Civil Liberties Union and the Electronic Frontier Basis are up in arms over a social media policy currently in area at Williamson County College in Tennessee that the two … Continue Reading →


Students ‘offered cash for photos of ‘Jihadi John’ Halloween costumes’

Pupil reporters say they have been presented thousands of lbs to get and offer photographs of students dressed up as “Jihadi John” or the murdered Uk hostage Alan Henning for … Continue Reading →


Massachusetts’ Initial Virtual High School on Probation

The Massachusetts Virtual Academy at Greenfield Commonwealth Virtual School has been place on probation by the state Board of Elementary and Secondary Schooling. The twenty-month probation, which comes below the … Continue Reading →


Morgan urges Muslims to turn into college governors right after Trojan horse

Training secretary Nicky Morgan has sought to reassure Muslim parents by saying that the Trojan horse affair in Birmingham was an exception, and that it was important for Muslims to … Continue Reading →


New York’s Cuomo Vows to Break ‘Education Monopoly’

Governor Andrew Cuomo has mentioned that if he is re-elected on November 4, he will push to create a new round of teacher evaluation specifications in an work to break “one … Continue Reading →


Campus Crossroads: Pupil Center and Rec Sports facility reflects dedication to the total student

Property › Page Not Identified The webpage you are looking for may possibly have been eliminated, had its identify transformed, or is temporarily unavailable. If you typed the web page … Continue Reading →


Talk of some jobs as like currently being on the scrapheap demeans us all

I go through the piece by Claire Hynes (A middle-class meritocracy myth, 31 October) with mounting anger – not due to the fact I care in which Ms Hynes or … Continue Reading →


Abbott, Davis Continue to Talk Texas Training As Election Nears

Candidates for Texas Governor Greg Abbott and Wendy Davis each feel they know what is ideal for schools in the state, but their platforms vary wildly. Republican candidate Abbott would … Continue Reading →


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