State Board of Ed approves No Little one Left Behind waiver

The State Board of Schooling Friday granted unanimous approval to a state request for versatility from some facets of federal education laws. State superintendent Sherri Ybarra Superintendent of Public Instruction … Continue Reading →


Rep. Chaka Fattah of Pennsylvania Indicted on 29 Federal Counts

Representative Chaka Fattah, a Democrat from Pennsylvania and a lengthy-time influence in education policy, has been charged on 29 federal counts including bribery, money-laundering, falsification of information, and numerous counts of … Continue Reading →


Talking Head: Liberal Arts, a Misplaced Cause?

Photo David W. Breneman, whose controversial report on the state of liberal arts schooling came out 25 many years in the past. Credit score University of Virginia Twenty-five many years … Continue Reading →


University of Akron Cuts 200+ Positions to Balance Spending budget

The University of Akron has changed policies in response to price range issues, which means that there will no longer be a $ 50 per credit score hour fee for upper … Continue Reading →


Forum: Confederate Symbols, Swastikas and Student Sensibilities

Photo A Jefferson Davis statue was a single of three vandalized in June at the University of Texas, Austin a activity force is evaluating its statuary. Credit Patrick Martinez/KXAN Symbols … Continue Reading →


Universities United kingdom Group Says Britain Have to Stay in EU

To maintain Britain’s education status and make certain high quality, the nation need to continue to be a member of the European Union, says university lobbying group Universities Uk. Prime Minister … Continue Reading →


Pop Quiz: The Fiske Guide to College Histories

In updating the annual “Fiske Manual to Colleges,” published every single July, Edward B. Fiske go through through all 818 pages, Adelphi to Yale. “You want some way to keep … Continue Reading →


Pop Quiz: Quiz Answers

For inquiries from the university history quiz, click here. one. Washington School in Chestertown, Md., with support from George Washington, was the first created in the new nation, in 1782. … Continue Reading →


Brian Groombridge obituary

Brian Groombridge, who has died aged 89, championed the trigger of lifelong finding out as a researcher, writer, broadcaster, director and academic. His encouragement of techniques by means of which … Continue Reading →


July 31, 2015

Delaware News Dover PostCapital district adjusting to Title I cutsCapital School District officials are dealing with a significant cut in Title IA funding. The cuts, highlighted in the preliminary budget … Continue Reading →


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