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Role of schools in the transmission of measles in rural Senegal: implications for measles control in developing countries. (1/3103)

Patterns of measles transmission at school and at home were studied in 1995 in a rural area of Senegal with a high level of vaccination coverage. Among 209 case children with a median age of 8 years, there were no deaths, although the case fatality ratio has previously been 6-7% in this area. Forty percent of the case children had been vaccinated against measles; the proportion of vaccinated children was higher among secondary cases (47%) than among index cases (33%) (prevalence ratio = 1.36, 95% confidence interval (CI) 1.04-1.76). Vaccinated index cases may have been less infectious than unvaccinated index cases, since they produced fewer clinical cases among exposed children (relative risk = 0.55, 95% CI 0.29-1.04). The secondary attack rate was lower in the schools than in the homes (relative risk = 0.31, 95% CI 0.20-0.49). The school outbreaks were protracted, with 4-5 generations of cases being seen in the two larger schools. Vaccine efficacy was found to be 57% (95% CI -23 to 85) in the schools and 74% (95% CI 62-82) in the residential compounds. Measles infection resulted in a mean of 3.8 days of absenteeism per case, though this did not appear to have an impact on the children's grades. Among the index cases, 56% of children were probably infected by neighbors in the community, and 7% were probably infected at health centers, 13% outside the community, and 24% in one of the three schools which had outbreaks during the epidemic. However, most of the school-related cases occurred at the beginning and therefore contributed to the general propagation of the epidemic. To prevent school outbreaks, it may be necessary to require vaccination prior to school entry and to revaccinate children in individual schools upon detection of cases of measles. Multidose measles vaccination schedules will be necessary to control measles in developing countries.  (+info)


nvited commentary: vaccine failure or failure to vaccinate?  (+info)


aning of vaccine-induced immunity: is it a problem in Africa?  (+info)

Outbreaks of gastrointestinal illness of unknown etiology associated with eating burritos--United States, October 1997-October 1998. (4/3103)

From October 1997 through October 1998, 16 outbreaks of gastrointestinal illness associated with eating burritos occurred in Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, North Dakota, and Pennsylvania. All but one outbreak occurred in schools, and most of the approximately 1700 persons affected were children. This report summarizes investigations of two of these outbreaks and describes the collaborative efforts of CDC, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to identify the etiologic agent(s); these outbreaks may have been caused by an undetected toxin or a new agent not previously associated with illness.  (+info)

School and community influences on adolescent alcohol and drug use. (5/3103)

Social environment risk factors present in schools and communities have not been thoroughly investigated. This study cross-sectionally examined the social environments of schools and communities, and their influence on adolescent alcohol and drug use. Survey responses of eighth grade students (N = 2309), a random half of their parents (n = 943), community leaders (n = 118), school principals (n = 30), school counselors (n = 30) and chemical health providers (n = 14) were pooled to create indices of social environmental norms, role models, social support and opportunities for non-use of alcohol. Each index was examined for its association with prevalences from 30 schools of alcohol use onset, last-month alcohol use, heavy alcohol use and last-year marijuana use in univariate and stepwise regression analyses. Increases in the levels of norms, role models and opportunities for non-use predicted decreases in alcohol use prevalences. The explanatory power of the examined constructs in multivariate analyses was acceptably high (R2: 38-53%). These findings further support the notion that community-wide efforts need to be launched to affect changes in the normative, role model and opportunity structures of adolescents' social environments in order to curb adolescent alcohol and drug use.  (+info)

The epidemic of obesity in American Indian communities and the need for childhood obesity-prevention programs. (6/3103)

American Indians of all ages and both sexes have a high prevalence of obesity. The high prevalence of diabetes mellitus in American Indians shows the adverse effects that obesity has in these communities. Obesity has become a major health problem in American Indians only in the past 1-2 generations and is believed to be associated with the relative abundance of high-fat foods and the rapid change from active to sedentary lifestyles. Intervention studies are urgently needed in American Indian communities to develop and test effective strategies for weight reduction. The poor success rate of adult obesity treatment programs in the general population points to the need to develop prevention approaches aimed toward children. Because eating and physical activity practices are formed early in life and may be carried into adulthood, prevention programs that encourage increased physical activity and healthful eating habits targeted toward young people need to be developed and tested. To be most effective, interventions must be developed with full participation of the American Indian communities.  (+info)

Design and statistical analysis for the Pathways study. (7/3103)

We report the design, rationale, and statistical procedures used in Pathways, a randomized, school-based intervention for the primary prevention of obesity in American Indian children. The intervention, which is now being implemented in 7 American Indian communities around the country, includes a health-promotion curriculum, a physical education program, a school meal program, and a family involvement component. Forty-one schools serving American Indian children were randomly assigned to be either intervention or control groups. The intervention will begin in the third grade and continue through the end of the fifth grade. Efficacy of intervention will be assessed by differences in mean percentage body fat, calculated by a prediction equation, between intervention and control schools at the end of the fifth grade. Power computations indicate that the study has power to detect a mean difference of 2.8% in body fat. Data analysis will use intention-to-treat concepts and the mixed linear model. The study will be completed in 2000.  (+info)

Body composition assessment in American Indian children. (8/3103)

Although the high prevalence of obesity in American Indian children was documented in several surveys that used body mass index (BMI, in kg/m2) as the measure, there is limited information on more direct measurements of body adiposity in this population. The present study evaluated body composition in 81 boys (aged 11.2+/-0.6 y) and 75 girls (aged 11.0+/-0.4 y) attending public schools in 6 American Indian communities: White Mountain Apache, Pima, and Tohono O'Odham in Arizona; Oglala Lakota and Sicangu Lakota in South Dakota; and Navajo in New Mexico and Arizona. These communities were participating in the feasibility phase of Pathways, a multicenter intervention for the primary prevention of obesity. Body composition was estimated by using a combination of skinfold thickness and bioelectrical impedance measurements, with a prediction equation validated previously in this same population. The mean BMI was 20.4+/-4.2 for boys and 21.1+/-5.0 for girls. The sum of the triceps plus subscapular skinfold thicknesses averaged 28.6+/-7.0 mm in boys and 34.0+/-8.0 mm in girls. Mean percentage body fat was 35.6+/-6.9 in boys and 38.8+/-8.5 in girls. The results from this study confirmed the high prevalence of excess body fatness in school-age American Indian children and permitted the development of procedures, training, and quality control for measurement of the main outcome variable in the full-scale Pathways study.  (+info)

The 28 kindergarten through grade 6 elementary schools are split among five different attendance areas based on a local high school and junior high school. Although these are generally localized attendance areas, the high school or junior high school that an elementary school funnels into may not necessarily be the school that is closest to the elementary school. The elementary schools of the American Attendance Area are Ardenwood Elementary School, Brookvale Elementary School, Forest Park Elementary School, Oliveira Elementary School, Patterson Elementary School and Warwick Elementary School.[2] The elementary schools of the Irvington Attendance Area are Harvey Green Elementary School, Grimmer Elementary School, Hirsch Elementary School, Leitch Elementary School, Warm Springs Elementary School and Weibel Elementary School.[2] The elementary schools of the Kennedy Attendance Area are Azevada Elementary School, Blacow Elementary School, Brier Elementary School, Durham Elementary School, Mattos ...
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The school grounds at Purleigh Community Primary School are a lovely place to visit. The Eco-Committee has been an integral part of deciding what should happen in the school grounds, ensuring that every idea is pupil friendly.. They have an outdoor classroom which doubles up as a storytelling area, willow domes for some relaxation time and some great wildlife areas too. The Eco-Committee put out reptile mats and we have been very lucky to see slow worms and grass snakes using them - a lot of the children will often have a look at these and at our bug hotel in the school grounds during break and lunchtime.. The pupils in the school love to run round and keep active and the school help encourage this by providing space to run, a climbing wall and a tyre obstacle course. Part of the grounds has been separated off as a memorial area for one of our teachers. This was designed by the pupils to be a quiet area to provide a balance within the school grounds, giving a peaceful space for time for ...
However, according to the report, the teen said he was a student and Morton was his high school principal. Officers claimed they could smell marijuana as they were debriefing the high school principal and her student. While the high school principal would not own up to smoking the marijuana, which was found in a plastic container in the car, she did say some had been smoked.. The high school principal and her student are both charged with possession of marijuana. ...
Taking the case of Enshi City, we survey the supply of public services in rural areas from education, health, culture and social security, reveal the relationship between the use of idle school buildings in rural areas and the improvement of public services in rural areas. On the basis of expounding the status quo of idle school buildings and public services in rural areas of Enshi City, the following recommendations are put forward: using the idle school buildings to develop rural public education; using the idle school buildings to develop rural public health and medical services; using the idle school buildings to develop public cultural undertakings in rural areas; using the idle school buildings to develop social security undertakings in rural areas. Cheng, Qiang-ying; Shu, Wen
tc»*M*t ■ B *1 : o CO BIOGRAPHIES OF INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS UNDER The Toronto Board of Education II PARK SCHOOL ISSUED BY THE BUREAU OF MUNICIPAL RESEARCH 189^ CHURCH STREET. TORONTO JANUARY. 1921 PARK SCHOOL TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction 5 Park School General 7 Park School Old Boys Association 11 Administrative Arrangements Principals Office 13 Store Room 13 Other Special Rooms 13 Coal Storage 13 School Hygiene Sweeping, Dusting and Scrubbing 14 Heating and Ventilation 14 Lighting 16 Play Area 16 Educational Waste Non-Promotion 17 Over-age 19 Retardation 20 Dropping Out 21 Mentally Defective Children 29 Summary 31 Class Room Instruction 32 The Park School as an Opportunity School 35 The Park School as an All-The-Year-Round School 41 APPENDIX Extracts from Diary of Park School- 1871-1885 47 INTRODUCTION The original Park School building was erected in 1855 and was enlarged in 1875, 1879, 1888, 1889 and 1900. The new Park School building was built in 1914. Probably no public school in the City ...
NOTE: Public high school graduates are defined as students who graduated from a public high school with an honors or standard diploma by August 31 of their scheduled graduation year (2013). The table includes the 82.5 percent of public high school graduates who had a complete grade 9-12 transcript, defined as one that recorded at least 16 Carnegie units (a Carnegie unit is a credit hour, i.e., the equivalent of a course taken every school day, one period per day, for a full school year), with a positive, nonzero number of units completed in English. See for the taxonomy used to define subject areas ...
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When I came across James G. Merrills article Making Our Case: Schools as Economic Development Engines (School Administrator, June 2012), I smiled in recognition and picked up the phone. In his article, Merrill, then superintendent of the Virginia Beach, Va., School District, described his districts efforts to show, in a quantitative manner, the importance of the school system as a critical component of the citys economic vitality.. Merrills account delivered the push I needed to follow up on something Id started a couple of weeks before - to find a way to not only quantify the positive financial impact of high school graduates on my districts community but also to illustrate clearly that we, as a public school system, are a driving force behind secure employment, that we have a large and positive impact on the purchase of local goods and services, and that having our school district be a healthy fiscal entity is nearly as important as the education we provide.. Tax Facts. The ...
This paper focuses on senior high school students and the ways that bullying affects their school attendance. Selected items from the 2008 Ghana Global School-based Student Health Survey are analysed first to explore the relationships between the duration and type of bullying and school attendance. Second, we investigate whether having emotional problems, in addition to being bullied, incrementally affects the relationship between bullying and school attendance. Third, we explore the mitigating influence of peer friendships on these relationships. In all cases we provide a gender analysis. The results show that bullying is associated with increased absenteeism for both boys and girls. The analysis of reported emotional problems, however, shows distinct gender differences. For boys, increases in emotional problems are not associated with increased absenteeism for those who are bullied. On the other hand, for girls emotional problems were strongly associated with absenteeism and more so for girls ...
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The template Infobox UK school is being considered for merging. › The Milton Area School District is a small, rural public school district headquartered in Milton, Pennsylvania. The district is located in Northumberland and Union counties. Milton Area School District encompasses approximately 85 square miles (220 km2). According to 2000 federal census data, it served a resident population of 15,510. By 2010, the Milton Area School Districts population increased to 16,561 people. The educational attainment levels for the School District population (25 years old and over) were 85.5% high school graduates and 13% college graduates. The district is one of the 500 public school districts of Pennsylvania. According to the Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center, 51.4% of the districts pupils lived at 185% or below the Federal Poverty Level [1] as shown by their eligibility for the federal free or reduced price school meal programs in 2012. In 2009, the Milton Area School District residents per ...
19th Century Perspectives on LIFE AND LIBERTY: A Humanities Inst. for School Administrators To support a three-week institute with extensive follow-up activities for 40 secondary school administrators on 19th-century European history and culture.. ...
MassDOT officials today joined students, teachers, and parents in a walking school bus from Ash Street in Brockton to the Kennedy School to celebrate International Walk to School Day 2011, a worldwide event with participation by over 6 million people in over 40 countries. Thousands of elementary and middle school-aged children joined hundreds of walking events today across the Commonwealth.. Walking to school is a great way to incorporate some exercise into your daily routine, and gives students some time with their friends before the start of the school day, said MassDOT Secretary and CEO Richard Davey.. In Massachusetts, Walk to School Day is promoted through MassDOTs Safe Routes to School Program, which works with students, parents, school staff, and local police in 124 communities and over 400 schools to promote walking and bicycling to school in order to improve students health, reduce traffic congestion, and improve air quality.. MassDOTs Safe Routes to School program provides ...
Canadas Joint Consortium for School Health (JCSH) states that CSH is an internationally recognized framework for supporting improvements in students educational outcomes while addressing school wellness in a planned, integrated and holistic way. It is not just about what happens in the classroom. Rather, it encompasses the whole school environment with actions addressing four distinct but interrelated components that provide a strong foundation for a healthy school community (JCSH, 2008).. ...
An position statement from the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) published in the April 15th issue of the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine asserts that the school day should begin at 8:30 a.m. or later for middle school and high school students.. A release from AASM reports that data show that later start times provide adolescents the opportunity to get sufficient sleep on school nights, which optimizes daytime alertness, reduces tardiness, and improves school attendance. A later school start time supports peak academic performance, more opportunities for learning, better mental health, and enhanced driving safety.. The release quotes lead author and AASM Past President Dr. Nathaniel Watson as saying, Early school start times make it difficult for adolescents to get sufficient sleep on school nights, and chronic sleep loss among teens is associated with a host of problems, including poor school performance, increased depressive symptoms, and motor vehicle accidents, Starting school at ...
Presented By: The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) Glenn A. Cunha, Inspector General The Massachusetts Certified Public Purchasing Official Program (MCPPO) The Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) For the third consecutive year the MSBA has collaborated with the Massachusetts Office of the Inspector Generals MCPPO Program to provide a training opportunity at a recently completed MSBA school building. The day-long Story of a Building Seminar highlights MSBA processes and provides attendees with relevant information about partnering with the MSBA from the perspective of local school districts. The program was held on February 4th at the Estabrook Elementary School in Lexington. An audience of approximately 100 people, representing school districts recently invited by the MSBA into the grant process and other districts looking forward to a future invitation, experienced a unique opportunity to tour the new elementary school and learn from panel speakers about the MSBAs school
Nurses work with students, families, and school staff to assure that all children participate fully in Seattle Public Schools educational programs. This begins with daily attendance, being well-rested, well-fed, and ready to learn. Our goal is that all children are successful in school. Please call your childs school and connect with the nurse if you have any questions about your childs health at school. Check here to find school contact number.. School nurses serve all students enrolled in Seattle Public Schools. The nurses role is to assure that students receive required screenings, are compliant with immunization laws, have required individual health plans (IHPs) in place, school staff are trained on the essential and, individual needs of students with chronic health conditions. They support a positive safe school climate, assist the school team in disability accommodations, provide direct nursing care, delegate safe medication administration to school staff, and participate in school ...
Study Purpose: Bully-Proofing Your School (BPYS) was a school-based intervention program designed to reduce bullying and school violence. The BPYS program differed from other anti-bullying programs by providing teachers with a specific curriculum that could be implemented in the classroom. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the BPYS program at the elementary school and middle school level. Study Design: The Bully-Proofing Your School (BPYS) outcome evaluation consisted of school climate surveys administered to elementary school students (Part 1), middle school students (Part 2), and staff (Part 3) in both the treatment and the comparison schools. The design of the data collection for the study was a repeated cross-sectional design. Within each cross-section, the basic design was a hierarchically nested multilevel design. Students were nested within the schools, and schools were split between treatment and comparison conditions, with unequal numbers of cases and potentially different ...
Study Purpose: Bully-Proofing Your School (BPYS) was a school-based intervention program designed to reduce bullying and school violence. The BPYS program differed from other anti-bullying programs by providing teachers with a specific curriculum that could be implemented in the classroom. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the BPYS program at the elementary school and middle school level. Study Design: The Bully-Proofing Your School (BPYS) outcome evaluation consisted of school climate surveys administered to elementary school students (Part 1), middle school students (Part 2), and staff (Part 3) in both the treatment and the comparison schools. The design of the data collection for the study was a repeated cross-sectional design. Within each cross-section, the basic design was a hierarchically nested multilevel design. Students were nested within the schools, and schools were split between treatment and comparison conditions, with unequal numbers of cases and potentially different ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - The Effect of Food Deserts on the Body Mass Index of Elementary Schoolchildren. AU - Thomsen, Michael R.. AU - Nayga, Jr, Rodolfo M.. AU - Alviola, Pedro A.. AU - Rouse, Heather L.. PY - 2016/1/1. Y1 - 2016/1/1. N2 - Families in low-income neighborhoods sometimes lack access to supermarkets that provide a broad range of healthy foods. We investigate whether these so called food deserts play a role in childhood obesity using a statewide panel data set of Arkansas elementary schoolchildren. We use fixed-effects panel data regression models to estimate the average food desert effect. We next compare children who left (entered) food deserts to children who were always (never) in food deserts and homogenize samples for those whose food desert status changed as a result of a change in residence and those whose status changed only as a consequence of the entry or exit of a supermarket. We present evidence that exposure to food deserts is associated with higher z-scores for body mass ...
Last month, a Sherwood Elementary student, age 4, died after a choking incident in the schools cafeteria. After School Superintendent Malcolm Thomas and his health services coordinator Martha Hanna told reporters that every school had a nurse and health technician, Inweekly made public request for the nurses and health techs in the elementary schools.. Thomas has since retracted his statement and said that the nurses oversee several schools.. Several years ago, the School District did away with school nurses when the Escambia County Health Department suffered a budget cut. The School Board privatized first aid of its students and hired Pediatric Services of America. According to records received, Holm Elementary is the only school out of the districts 31 elementary schools with dedicated registered nurses. The elementary schools with Pre-K programs have nurse supervisors that oversee several schools. Sherwood Elementary had a nurse supervisor.. The other elementary schools with Pre-K programs ...
Editor, For decades, students at the traditional public schools in Georgia have been denied the chance to win a state championship because the system overseen by the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) ignores the fact that there is no parity among traditional public schools, private schools and city schools.Whether you are in South Georgia or North Georgia, coaches from traditional public schools talk about the disadvantage of having to play against city schools and private schools. Traditional public high schools have a defined border or service area. Private schools do not.
Use of Phones/Cameras and other recording devices on school grounds. Due to privacy issues and to safeguard students and teachers, all parents/visitors/helpers are asked not to take photos or videos of other students or teachers whilst on school grounds. We ask for your cooperation with this request and please tell other family members,who may come to school, about this requirement. Sharing Contact Details Also due to privacy issues, teachers are unable to provide you with names, class lists or contact details for other students at school. Through the class parent system some parents have, in the past, set up their own contact groups to facilitate out of school social arrangements. School starting and finishing times. School starts at 8.30 am and finishes at 2.40 pm. Students line up to go into school at 8.20 am. Please ensure that students are not dropped at school before 8.10 am , as there is no teacher supervision at school before that time. Any children being dropped earlier need to be ...
The results from this study indicate that PA opportunities during the school day influence step counts in young children. In addition to PE and recess, we found that minutes of teacher-reported CBPA predicted significantly higher school-day step counts. Consistent with prior studies, fifth-grade students (typically aged 10-11 y) accrued fewer steps than first-grade students (typically aged 6-7 y), and females accrued significantly fewer steps than males overall, as well as during PE and recess. Importantly, CBPA attenuated the decrease in PA among older elementary school students, and CBPA also elicited equal participation from males and females, as measured by step counts.. Previous work has shown PE to be a large contributor to steps accrued during the school day,18,38 and the current findings are consistent with that work. However, many schools-particularly those with lower student achievement on standardized tests-have cut scheduled time for PA over the last decade to prioritize academic ...
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Eastern Maine Area School System is an Alternative Organizational Structure (AOS) formed by the towns of (MSAD 30 - Lee,Springfield, Webster, Winn), East Range II, Baileyville, Cooper, Grand Lake Stream, Meddybemps, Princeton, Talmadge, Waite, Lakeville PLT, Carroll PLT, Macwahoc PLT and Reed PLT under the 2007 State of Maine School Administrative Reorganization law. The AOS 90 combines administrative, special education, and various other functions as required by law. Additional functions may be combined where cost savings can be found. Along with a combined AOS 90 budget and board, each member school unit retains a local budget and school board. AOS90, AOS 90, AOS#90, AOS #90,, su107,, MSAD 30,, Lee, Springfield, Webster Winn, Princeton, Woodland, Baileyville, Maine, Woodland High School, Woodland Junior/Senior High School, Woodland Jr - Sr High School, Mount Jefferson Jr. High School, Mt. Jefferson Junior High School, Lee/Winn Elementary School, Princeton Elementary
File EEA. SCHOOL CLOSURE DUE TO ADVERSE WEATHER CONDITIONS/EMERGENCIES. If, as a result of inclement weather or other emergencies, it becomes necessary to close a school(s), alter the opening or closing hours of a school(s), or change the operating schedule of school buses, a public announcement regarding the situation will be made over radio station CFRY 920.. If a school(s) is closed, all school-sponsored activities and public utilization of school facilities will automatically be cancelled or postponed until the school is officially re-opened. This includes social events, club meetings, sports events at home or away, and community school programs. I. GUIDELINES FOR EACH SITUATION. A. A school (or schools) does/do not open. 1. CFRY/MIX 96.5 radio is contacted by the Superintendent of Schools or designate. 2. Students shall not attend school. 3. Teachers, School Secretaries, and Education Assistants will not be expected to report to school. Under certain circumstances staff may be required to ...
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A Multi-Function School Activity Bus (MFSAB) is a vehicle which meets the construction and safety standards for a multi-function school activity bus adopted by rule by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Vehicles meeting these standards will be labeled by the manufacturer with a sticker which clearly identifies the vehicle type as an MFSAB. Vehicles which do not have this identifying sticker are not Multi-function School Activity Buses and cannot be used as such. Multi-function School Activity Buses can be used to transport students on trips. They cannot be used to transport students to and/or from home and school.. Drivers of Multi-Function School Activity Buses are required to have school bus endorsements:. ...
Fruit and vegetable availability in U.S. public elementary school lunchrooms was highest in states with laws and schools with farm-to-school programs, showing that state laws can impact the nutritional quality of school meals.
This study uses longitudinal data from one large school district - Miami-Dade County Public Schools, to investigate the distribution of principals across schools. Schools serving many low-income, non-white, and low-achieving students have principals with less experience, less education, and who attended less selective colleges. This distribution of principals is partially driven by the initial match of first-time principals to schools at the beginning of their careers and is exacerbated by systematic attrition and transfer away from these schools. Supplementing the data with surveys of principals, the authors find principals stated preferences for school characteristics mirror observed distribution and transfer patterns. Principals prefer to work in easier to serve schools with favorable working conditions which also tend to be schools with fewer poor, minority and/or low-achieving students ...
Background: Evidence show that school connectedness is important to youth wellness. However, considerable inconsistency in the concepts and measures of school connectedness exists across studies. In addition, many measures do not capture the multifaceted dimensions of the school connectedness construct. This study examined the psychometric properties of a school connectedness scale that aimed to measure comprehensively the key constructs of school connectedness. Methods: The scale was developed with teachers and tested with an ethnically diverse sample of 717 high school students enrolled in a school connectedness course using confirmatory factor analysis. Results: Confirmatory factor analyses demonstrated the association of the 15 items with the 5 factors identified in the literature-school involvement, academic motivation, school attachment, teacher support, and peer relations (?[superscript 2] = 439.99, df = 83, p | 0.0001, Comparative Fit Index = 0.991, Tucker-Lewis index =
The school nurse functions as a leader and the coordinator of the school health services team. The team may also include a school physician, licensed practical nurses, health aides and clerical staff, school counselors, school psychologists, school social workers, and substance abuse counselors. The health team may also expand to create a coordinated school health team that integrates health services, health education, physical education, nutrition services, counseling/psychological/social services, healthy school environment, health promotion for staff, and family/community involvement.23 Occupational therapists, physical therapists, and speech-language pathologists may also be part of the school health team. A pediatrician often fills the school physician role, because pediatricians are knowledgeable about general pediatrics, school health, and adolescent health. School physicians review guidelines, policies, and programs related to health care in schools. In some schools, a pediatric or ...
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Smart Snacks IDEA complies with USDAs nutrition standards for all foods and beverages sold to students on our campuses campus during the school day. National School Breakfast Week Too many children across America go to school each morning hungry, and we know hungry children dont learn as well as students who have eaten a good breakfast. A healthy breakfast helps students focus in the classroom and perform better. This is reflected in higher test scores and better classroom behavior by those students. That is why IDEA offers a FREE healthy breakfast every morning at our schools. Every school breakfast served meets federal nutrition standards limiting fat, calories, and sodium. We hope you will encourage your child to take an IDEA breakfast every day! To increase student participation in the School Breakfast Program. National School Breakfast week is a week-long celebration aimed at increasing awareness of the School Breakfast Program among students and parents. Wellness Policy The IDEA Child ...
Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2012 with funding from LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation RALEIGH Edwards & Broughton Printing Company State Printers 1919 ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT STATE INSPECTOR OF PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS NORTH CAROLINA SCHOLASTIC YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1918 INCLUDING A REPORT OF THE TOWN AND CITY HIGH SCHOOLS N. W. WALKER PROFESSOR OF SECONDARY EDUCATION IN THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AND STATE INSPECTOR OF PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS OFFICE OF THE STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Raleigh, N.C. DR. JAMES YADKIN JOYNER Dr. Joyner served as State Superintendent of Public Instruction of North Carolina from February, 1902, to January 1, 1919, when he resigned from office and volun-tarily retired to private life. During his administration, he made, to quote the words of Governor Bickett, a noble and imperishable contribution to the intellectual and moral life of the State. Among his significant contributions to ...
Our meta-analysis showed that school-based physical activity interventions did not improve BMI, but there are limitations to BMI as a measure of body composition. BMI reflects both fat and fat-free components of body weight.56 Populations may vary with respect to relative amounts of lean muscle mass and body fat. Furthermore, the distribution of body fat may vary among individuals or populations, which can have important prognostic significance. It is possible that school-based physical activity could increase lean muscle mass and decrease fat mass with no overall change in BMI.. Other measures of body composition have been suggested, such as waist circumference, skin-fold thickness and percent body fat, and all of these warrant investigation.57-59 However, BMI is the most consistently reported measure of body composition,56 which makes it amenable to meta-analysis. It is our view that BMI is an important outcome measure, as the links between elevated BMI and adverse health outcomes have been ...
DCPS receives school nurses through the District of Columbia School Health Nursing Program, a partnership between DC Department of Health (DOH) and Childrens National Medical Center. DOH holds a contract with Childrens National Medical Center and its school nursing division, Childrens School Services, to provide Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses to staff school health suites. Each school is staffed with a school nurse who is available to work with DCPS students and families to provide basic health services and to ensure that students in need have quality care during the school day. Each DCPS school is provided part-time or full-time nursing coverage between 8 am-4:30 pm, Mondays-Fridays, during the school year and during the summer if DCPS summer school is in operation at the school site. The nurse works with school staff, as well as families and community resources, to reduce and remove health-related barriers to students academic success.. Additional information about the DOH ...
Dr. Donna C. Hanlin has served as Wicomico Superintendent of Schools since July 1, 2016. This is a true homecoming for Dr. Hanlin, who is a Salisbury native, graduate of James M. Bennett High School, and former Wicomico teacher, principal and administrator. She is an educator with a broad background of teaching and leadership experiences from pre-kindergarten to higher education and a strong passion for improving the lives of children.. Dr. Hanlin began her career as a classroom teacher in Wicomico County Public Schools. She assisted in the design of the elementary guidance program for the school system and served as an elementary and middle school counselor. She served as Assistant Principal at Wicomico Middle and James M. Bennett High schools and as Principal of James M. Bennett High School before being promoted to Director of Secondary Education for the school system. After 26 years in Wicomico County Public Schools, Dr. Hanlin moved to Hagerstown. In Washington County Public Schools, she ...
Student athletes should be required to take physical education classes like the rest of the school. The very important values that students learn through physical education classes are something that sports cannot teach. If schools do consider an exemption, they must decide what to include in their exemption status. The main role of a student is to learn during his time at school is to learn. Students that are exempt from physical education often do not have to fill the extra time in their schedule with any meaningful classes. Until there is an effective way for students to gain the education outside of the classroom exemptions are hard to support. Once, one considers all the factors they will find that it is best for students to be required to take physical education classes. Physical education classs requirements are changing to promote wellness over a lifetime something that a sport cannot achieve. Classes and activities that provide physical activity (e.g., marching band, ROTC, ...
Most children in Montgomery County Public Schools have never pulled a carrot from the ground, says Kristen Dill, the mother of a Takoma Park Elementary School first-grader and co-chairwoman of the schools garden committee.. Everyone should get a chance at picking up a chicken, collecting eggs, pulling out a carrot and picking a blueberry, said Dill, who grew up on a farm in Nebraska. I really want that for my kids.. When Dill, who helps with the schools indoor garden, which does not include produce, and other parents requested a vegetable garden on school grounds, the request was denied due to a Feb. 26 memo by schools superintendent Jerry D. Weast.. The memo discourages schools from planting edible gardens on school property, citing pests, student allergies and maintenance concerns.. We see the value of having a garden. We get it, said Dana Tofig, a spokesman for the school system. But to have a vegetable garden creates certain challenges that have to be dealt with.. Sean Gallagher, ...
Coordinated School Health Program C S H P A Guide for Texas School Districts This guide is designed for: School district staff School board members Community members Stakeholders Coordinated School Health
This paper addresses two frequent overgeneralisations in the orphanhood literature in Africa: about the vulnerability of children and about orphans. It specifically examines school attendance, given the common presumption that orphans are less likely to attend school than non-orphans. Using survey data from two regions in Tanzania, analysis by primary school attendance categories (regular attenders, irregular attenders, dropouts, never attenders) shows that orphans should not be compared only with non-orphans since there are other vulnerable groups of children, all with different levels of social and spatial disadvantage. Both orphans and a second large and potentially vulnerable group of children, children who have not lost a parent, but who live with only one or neither of their parents, are less likely than other children to attend school in urban and roadside settlements, but there is no clear relationship for rural areas between vulnerable groups and attendance and dropout. ...
The National School Lunch Program (NSLP) is a federally assisted meal program operating in the Clark County School District, which provides nutritionally balanced, low-cost or free lunches to students.. The goal of the CCSD Child Nutrition Program is to serve nutritious, appetizing, and affordable meals to students. We believe that good nutrition is an important key to learning and that every child has the right to a nutritious breakfast and lunch at the lowest possible price.. Menus are posted in all school cafeterias and are available online.. Breakfast is currently offered to elementary school students for $1.25. Middle school and high school breakfast cost $1.50. Lunch is $2.00 at elementary schools and $3.25 at middle schools and high schools. Free and reduced price meals are available to qualifying students at elementary, middle, high schools.. Policy Statement: The USDA, Food and Nutrition Service Instruction 791-1 (revised) prohibits the denial of meals as a disciplinary action to all ...
ATTITUDE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS TOWARDS ICT SKILLS. ABSTRACT. The study examined the attitude of secondary school students towards the use of ICT skills. The study specifically intended to find out how long students have had access to computers, ascertain the general attitudes of students toward Computer study and determine gender disparity in the attitudes of students toward the study of computer.. The descriptive survey was used to find out the attitude of secondary school students towards the use of ICT skills in Gboyin Local Government Area of Ekiti State. The population consisted of all the secondary school students in Gboyin Local Government Area of Ekiti State. While the sample used for this research work consisted of one hundred (100) students in senior secondary classes two and three (SS II and SS III) that were selected from the two secondary schools.. Results showed that most of the students have access to desktop computers or laptop at home, they have access to ICT facilities ...
Choosing a School Overseas. When arriving at a new assignment, parents often must choose among various schooling alternatives: local schools, Department of Defense Dependent Schools (DoDDS), American-curriculum community or international schools, British, French, or German schools, and church-affiliated or missionary schools. The choice should be determined by which type is most suitable for the child given his/her academic needs and interests.. Before choosing any overseas school, parents may have an opportunity to ask questions of a prospective schools principal or headmaster. These questions should reflect the parents deepest concerns.. Questions asked in a non-threatening manner indicate interest and involvement in a childs education, remind the school of its need to be accountable for its program, and give parents the information needed to make a correct choice.. School history - How long has the school been in existence? How long has it been at its present location? What is the schools ...
Capricorn Group believes that the knowledge that these twenty young leaders gained over the past weekend would serve them well beyond the completion of their school period and will equip them to become the future leaders in the community as well as in the public and private sectors.. This sentiment was expressed by the Capricorn Group Executive for Brand and Corporate Affairs, Marelize Horn, after twenty learners representing ten Windhoek schools, attended a three-day leadership development programme of Capacity Trust. All the learners will serve on their respective schools Learner Representative Councils in 2020.. The learners represented Acacia High School, A. Shipena Secondary School, Concordia High School, Dawid Bezuidenhout High School, Delta High School, Ella Du Plessis High School, Windhoek High School, Hage G Geingob High School, Hochland High School and Windhoek Technical High School.. The weekend programme started with psychometric tests for each learner to become aware of his or her ...
Trenton, NJ - Today, the New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) announced Beverly School (Beverly City School District) and Sussex Avenue School (Morris School District) as the 2017 National Title I Distinguished Schools. Beverly School received the recognition for significantly closing the achievement gap between student groups, and Sussex Avenue School was recognized for excellence in serving diverse populations of students, such as homeless and English language learners.. Our vision is for all students to have access to the high-quality education they deserve, and these schools are doing amazing work to make this a reality for each and every one of their students, said Education Commissioner Kimberley Harrington.. These schools were identified as needing assistance, and the NJDOE provided them targeted supports to help them improve.. Beverly City School District and Sussex Avenue School are great examples what can be accomplished when schools utilize the NJDOEs support system to help ...
WICOMICO COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS. The Wicomico County Public School System is a comprehensive prekindergarten through grade 12 education system on Marylands Lower Shore, with 25 schools and related facilities and services. The mission of the Wicomico County Public School System is to provide all students an educational foundation and a set of skills which will enable them to become responsible and productive citizens in our society. Wicomicos high quality public education system strives for Success - Every Student, Every Day, and works to support the 14,500 students to become college and career-ready. SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. Dr. Donna C. Hanlin serves as Superintendent of Wicomico County Public Schools, leading the school system in pursuing the Strategic Priorities of High Student Achievement, Safe Learning Environment, and Effective and Efficient Operations. She began serving a four-year term as Wicomicos Superintendent in July 2016. Dr. Hanlin has had an extensive career in public and ...
The Morgan County School System consists of 18 schools and an alternative school. These schools include the Technology Park, five high schools, four junior high schools (K-8), three middle schools (5-8), five elementary schools and 13 Pre-K programs located in a variety of communities throughout Morgan County. Morgan County Schools Mission. Every Child a Graduate. Every Graduate Prepared to Lead.. Morgan County Schools Vision. Morgan County Schools will provide opportunities for all students and employees to excel in learning, establish strong relationships and foster positive leadership.. ...
Richard Pan, M.D., recepient of the Lydia Smiley Award.. Richard Pan, associate professor of pediatrics at UC Davis Childrens Hospital, was selected to receive the Lydia Smiley Award from the California School Nurses Organization. The award is given to an individual, other than a school nurse, who has supported school nurses and school nursing and who has made contributions to improving the health of children.. Pan developed a protocol for the Sacramento City Unified School District to facilitate the diagnosis and treatment of students with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. The process involved training school nurses to coordinate care and interventions between a students medical and educational teams.. Pan also established a partnership between the UC Davis pediatric residency program with school nurses at six elementary schools in the Sacramento City Unified School District to teach students a good nutrition curriculum.. A medical consultant to the school district, Pan provides ...
The early birth of a grandson had finally encouraged school bus driver Dolores Martinez, 63, to consider retirement, something relatives had urged her to do for years. [...] before that could happen, Martinez, a widow who drove for San Antonio Independent School District for 12 years, was killed Monday morning after her bus hit another school bus and crashed into a fence in front of Wagner High School. The bus entered the southbound lanes, collided with a Judson Independent School District bus carrying 59 elementary school students and then jumped a curb. Martinez wasnt wearing a safety belt and was flung onto the steps near the bus door, said Lt. Jose Trevino of the Bexar County Sheriffs Office. Officials were awaiting the results of an autopsy, expected to take place today, to determine if Martinez had a medical emergency or died of injuries suffered in the crash. The students were living in SAISDs area but previously attended Judson schools and had been given the option to remain at their
Since middle schools vary in their degree of implementation of middle school practices, this research was designed to compare the job satisfaction of middle school teachers with the degree of implementation of these practices. Six teachers from each of Colorados 50 schools with the name middle school were randomly selected to serve as subjects of the study. The original and one followup mailing yielded 252 responses (a 74 percent return) to the Purdue Teacher Opinionaire and the Middle School Practices Index. In addition to teacher satisfaction and the degree of implementation of middle school practices, the size of the student body and a number of teacher demographic variables were also considered. Analysis of variance and correlations were used to analyze the data. The findings indicate that overall job satisfaction of middle school faculty does not vary significantly in low, medium, or high implementation schools. In high as compared to low implementation schools,
TUESDAY, Jan. 30, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- Many middle school and high school students have short sleep duration, according to research published in the Jan. 26 issue of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Preventions Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.. Anne G. Wheaton, Ph.D., from the CDC in Atlanta, and colleagues analyzed data from the 2015 national, state, and large urban school district Youth Risk Behavior Surveys (YRBSs) to examine the prevalence of short sleep duration (less than nine and less than eight hours for children aged 6 to 12 and 13 to 18 years, respectively).. The researchers found that the prevalence of short sleep duration was 57.8 percent among middle school students in nine states that conducted the middle school YRBS and included a question about sleep duration; state-level estimates varied from 50.2 to 64.7 percent in New Mexico and Kentucky, respectively. In the national YRBS, the prevalence of short sleep duration was 72.7 percent among high school students. ...
The school system retains control over what links will be placed on system-related websites; however, the linked sites themselves are not under the control of the school system, its agents, or its employees. The school system is not responsible for the contents of any linked site, any link contained in a linked site, or any changes or updates to such sites. The school system provides links as a convenience, and the inclusion of any link does not imply endorsement of the site by the school system. The school system reserves the right to remove or restrict any links.. ...
The school system retains control over what links will be placed on system-related websites; however, the linked sites themselves are not under the control of the school system, its agents, or its employees. The school system is not responsible for the contents of any linked site, any link contained in a linked site, or any changes or updates to such sites. The school system provides links as a convenience, and the inclusion of any link does not imply endorsement of the site by the school system. The school system reserves the right to remove or restrict any links.. ...
Big Shanty Intermediate School (Cobb). Dr. M. H. Mason Jr. Elementary School (Gwinnett). Cherokee County Schools. Cobb County Schools. Charles P. Murray Elementary School, Fort Stewart (DOD). MEDIA CONTACT: Matt Cardoza, GaDOE Communications Office, (404) 651-7358, [email protected] or Keisha Ford-Jenrette, 404-657-2949, [email protected] -Follow DOE on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. April 23, 2015 - The U.S. Department of Education announced yesterday that two Georgia schools and two school districts have received the 2015 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools designation. A Department of Defense school in Georgia was also named.. I want to commend these Georgia schools and districts for receiving this significant award, State School Superintendent Richard Woods said. Their forward thinking will save money and energy, while also teaching our kids the importance of conservation of resources and protection of the environment in which we live.. Dr. M. H. Mason Jr. Elementary ...
State-accredited nonpublic schools automatically receive a school number. It is optional for nonpublic schools that do not hold accreditation or hold accreditation by an approved third party accrediting body to register with the Indiana Department of Education. Please note that nonpublic schools participating in the Choice scholarship program must be registered with the Indiana Department of Education.. The assignment of a school identification number registers the nonpublic school with the Indiana Department of Education. Such registration does not equate to holding state accreditation. Schools holding accreditation by an approved third party accrediting body will be registered as such with the Department. A non-accredited school that receives a school identification number will be registered as a non-accredited nonpublic school.. Nonpublic schools looking to register with the Department must complete the Nonpublic School Number Request Form found below under Resources and meet all ...
Brentford School for Girls SEX AND RELATIONSHIP EDUCATION POLICY Date: October 2015 Date of Review: Signed: T George Chair of CPW Sex and Relationship Education Policy (SRE) What Is Sex and Relationship
It is estimated that corporal punishment is administered between 1 and 2 million times a year in schools in the United States.1 Increasingly, states are abolishing corporal punishment as a means of discipline, but statutes in some states still allow school officials to use this form of discipline.2-4 The American Academy of Pediatrics believes that corporal punishment may affect adversely a students self-image and school achievement and that it may contribute to disruptive and violent student behavior.1,5-7 Alternative methods of behavioral management have proved more effective than corporal punishment and are specifically described in the reference articles.5-7Physical force or constraint by a school official may be required in a limited number of carefully selected circumstances to protect students and staff from physical injury, to disarm a student, or to prevent property damage.. The American Academy of Pediatrics urges parents, educators, school administrators, school board members, ...
BACKGROUND We performed a multicenter controlled trial to assess the knowledge and attitude (KA) about cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) among secondary school children in a district in Malaysia. METHODS This was a prospective intervention study. The primary endpoint of the study was to determine the level of KA about resuscitation after CPR training. The six schools and classes from selected schools were chosen by randomization among the form three and four classes using sealed envelopes. A fully validated questionnaire consisting of three sections (sociodemographic, knowledge and attitude) was given to the pupils before and 2 weeks after the intervention. The intervention group was given a lecture, video show, pamphlet and 1-h practical session on CPR training. The control group received a placebo in order to overcome the learning effect. The maximum scores for the knowledge and attitude sections were 72 and 28, respectively. Repeated measures ANOVA analysis was used for specific objectives ...
Purpose: The study was conducted on 30 6th grade(13 years old) students from S elementary school in D metropolitan city in Korea to verify the effects of barefoot rhythm training, which combines barefoot and rhythmic exercises, on the body composition and abdominal circumference of obese male elementary school students who have a body mass index of 26kg/m² or higher by performing rhythm training after equally dividing them into barefoot and shoe-wearing groups. Method: Exercise treatment composed of 5 minutes of warm-up and cool-down exercises and 20 minutes of main exercise was given 4 times a week with targeted RPE of 9-10 for 1-4 weeks, 11-12 for 5-8 weeks, and 13-14 for 9-12 weeks. A corresponding sample t-test was performed to compare the changes before and after 12 weeks of exercise treatment. Results: As a result of the study, it was found that the body mass index, body fat mass, and body fat percentage of the variables of body composition were found to be decreased more in the barefoot group
A teacher at a private boarding school in Amargosa Valley has been arrested on a child abuse charge, and an investigation has revealed that the schools water is contaminated with arsenic.
Roberta Byrd Barr was an African American educator, civil rights leader, actor, librarian, and television personality. She is also remembered as a talented, multifaceted personality who exhibited a calm presence, thoughtful demeanor, and a darkly melodious voice throughout her career.. Barr was born on January 4, 1919, in Tacoma, Washington. She attended Lincoln High School there and Wilberforce University in Ohio. She married Dr. James J. Byrd in 1950, lived in New Jersey, and gave birth to two sons.. In 1959, Barr returned to Seattle, and earned a B.A. degree in Sociology and in Elementary Education. She also received her M.A. degree in Librarianship at the University of Washington. After college, Barr taught at Jefferson Elementary School and then became librarian at John Muir Elementary School.. Barr headed the Freedom School at the YMCA in 1966. At this time the school boycott through which the black community protested the lack of progress toward desegregation. During this time, she met ...
The Health Hazard Evaluation Program received a request from a union representing employees at an elementary school because of concerns about possible exposure to mold in the school building. In 2014, some elementary school employees went on medical leave reportedly because of illness from mold exposure after receiving results from fungal immunoglobulin G (IgG) blood tests and urine mycotoxin tests. Knowledge of these results prompted over 20 additional school employees to have their blood tested for IgG to fungi. Some of these employees and their physicians interpreted their blood test results as meaning they had high levels of mold in their bodies. Other employees had recurring upper respiratory and sinus infections and throat and eye irritation that they attributed to their work environment. During our evaluation, we (1) checked for moisture, water damage, and mold inside the building and in the crawl spaces beneath the building, (2) evaluated the ventilation systems, (3) measured carbon ...
Other communities have worked to maintain the buildings and the memories they hold.. The Woodland Cultural Centre in Brantford, Ont., operates out of what used to be the Mohawk Institute Indian Residential School. That school was open from 1828 to 1970. The centre has offered tours of the building to teach visitors about the residential school system. Lately, it has been working to raise money to repair damage from a leaky roof and undertake further restoration work on the old building.. The Mohawk Institute Residential School is among the oldest residential schools in Canada, and one of only a handful of the school buildings still standing, said Carlie Myke, outreach co-ordinator at the centre, in an email to CBC News.. That alone is a reason to preserve the school, as a historic site and a physical reminder of the dark legacy that residential schools have left in our communities.. When a community wants to preserve a school, Moran says the federal government needs to do more to assist and ...
Louis School District. Avant Elementary School is located in Washington Park. Manners Elementary School and Woodrow Wilson ... "Schools." East St. Louis School District. Retrieved on April 1, 2010. "About Us." Woodrow Wilson Elementary School. Retrieved ... In July 2004 the district CEO, Stan Mims, toured Wilson and then determined that the school needed to be closed; the school ... "Avant Elementary School." East St. Louis School District. Retrieved on April 1, 2010. "Washington Park village, Illinois ...
Doora National School in Deerpark townland (52°49′12″N 8°54′47″W / 52.819865°N 8.913131°W / 52.819865; -8.913131) is run by ... Schools, Doora-Barefield Parish. Map of Doora Parish showing Townlands. Ennis (Inis), Clare Library. 1842 Ordnance Survey 6- ... "Schools". Doora-Barefield Parish. Retrieved 12 April 2014. Westropp, Thomas Johnson (1894). "Churches with Round Towers in ...
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"Inverness Elementary School." Sunflower County School District. Retrieved on August 17, 2010. "Schools." Sunflower County ... Inverness School (K-8) is the sole public school in Inverness. As of 2012[update] it was zoned to Ruleville Central High School ... High School), at the time the sole school of the district. After desegregation began in Inverness in the mid-20th century, ... The white high school students began attending a private school in Indianola. Central Delta Academy was constructed in ...
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Among the educational facilities it had were 5 primary schools, 2 secondary schools, 2 senior secondary schools. An important ... "Subasgram Nabatara Vidyalaya (HS)". Schools. Retrieved 8 November 2019. "Gobindapur Ratneswar High School". Schools. Retrieved ... Gobindapur Ratneswar High School is a Bengali-medium coeducational school, established in 1921. It has facilities for teaching ... Mallikpur Abdus Shokur High School is a boys only institution. It is affiliated with the West Bengal Board of Secondary ...
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In 1968, when Flesherton High School was replaced by Grey Highlands Secondary School, the old high school was converted to an ... This building was replaced with a new school of the same name in 2006. In 1981, a public school in Scarborough, Ontario was ... "Agnes Macphail PS". Schools. Toronto District School Board. 2007. Archived from the original on 12 October 2007. Retrieved 2007 ... Although she did well, she transferred to Stratford Normal School so she could complete her studies while boarding with a ...
The middle school portion of the school is accredited by the Northwest Association of Accredited Schools. Additionally ... The school has been accredited through Northwest Association of Accredited Schools since 2003. It is affiliated with the ... The academy is also a member of the Oregon Federation of Independent Schools. The school, when it offered ninth and tenth grade ... "Accredited Schools 2007-2008" (PDF). Northwest Association of Accredited Schools. p. 83. Archived from the original (PDF) on ...
Burgh as well as parish schools now came under School Boards run by local committees. It was originally called the Scotch ... The Scottish Education Department (SED) came into being as the body responsible for schooling in Scotland when it was formed ... The Education (Scotland) Act 1872 made education compulsory and took over the running of schools from the Church of Scotland. ... The Directorates were titled Children, Young People and Social Care; Schools; and Lifelong Learning. They were responsible for ...
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Kosrae State Department of Education operates Tafunsak Elementary School and Walung Elementary School. High school students ... "Schools." Kosrae State Department of Education. Retrieved on February 23, 2018. "Climate: Tafunsak". ... attend Kosrae High School in Tofol, Lelu municipality. Tafunsak has a tropical rainforest climate (Af) with very heavy rainfall ...
Other schools in Lawton include St. Mary's Catholic School, which has both elementary and middle schools. St. Mary's has served ... The district operates two prekindergarten centers, 24 elementary schools, four middle schools, and three high schools - ... "Schools". Lawton Public Schools. Archived from the original on 17 December 2002. Retrieved 30 May 2010. "District details for ... "School Districts". Comanche County Oklahoma. Retrieved 27 April 2011. "Home". St. Mary's Catholic School of Lawton. Archived ...
Kosrae State Department of Education operates Malem Elementary School. High school students attend Kosrae High School in Tofol ... Malem has an elementary school housing close to 400 students in grades KG-9. It also has a small Baptist church and a large ... "Schools." Kosrae State Department of Education. Retrieved on February 23, 2018. "Climate: Malem". Retrieved ...
The school opened in 2007. LOA's school colors are white, gold, and navy. For the 2016-2017 school year, enrollment was 815 ... The school operates in the Greene County School District, alongside six other schools. It opened with seven students and has ... "Schools". "Lake Oconee Charter - Public School". Felton, Emmanuel (June 17, 2018). "'It's ... Otho Tucker has been the CEO of the school since its opening. In 2014, LOA was awarded National Blue Ribbon School status. ...
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Among the educational facilities it had were 2 primary schools, 1 middle school, 1 secondary school, 1 senior secondary school ... Google maps "Masat High School (HS)". Schools. Retrieved 25 November 2019. "Masat Girls' High School (Hs)". ICBSE. Retrieved 25 ... Masat Girls' High School is a Bengali-medium girls only institution established in 1974. It has facilities for teaching from ... Masat High School is a Bengali-medium coeducational institution established in 1909. It has facilities for teaching from class ...
Among the educational facilities it had were 2 primary schools, the nearest middle school and the nearest secondary school at ... Jafarpur Kalinath High School is a Bengali-medium coeducational school established in 1968. It has facilities for teaching from ... Google maps "Jafarpur K Nath High School". Schools. Retrieved 5 January 2020. "Health & Family Welfare Department" (PDF). ... Jafarpur 1 km away, the nearest senior secondary school at Kalikapur 2 km away, the nearest general degree college at Ghoshpara ...
Oak Lake Community School is the only school in Oak Lake. It is part of the Fort La Bosse School Division, and has grades K-8. ... Volleyball is a school sport at both Oak Lake Community School (whose team name is the Oak Lake Raptors) and at Virden ... Basketball is a school sport at both Oak Lake Community School and Virden Collegiate. Oak Lake is serviced by Persona ... "Schools". Fort La Bosse. Archived from the original on 2007-02-18. Retrieved 2007-02-23. "Town of Oak Lake: Education". ...
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  • In 1996, the Schoolyard Habitats® program was created to meet the growing interest and distinct needs of schools and school districts in creating and restoring wildlife habitat on school grounds. (
  • Rural school districts must attempt to collaborate to mitigate rural challenges, such as high costs and shrinking educational opportunities, according to a recent report . (
  • Advocacy: Some rural districts that have partnered publish press releases and policy briefs about issues that impact rural schools. (
  • Many do not require that charters comply with the same open meetings laws and conflict of interest requirements that apply to public school boards, school districts and employees. (
  • Rural school districts are often the largest single employer in their area and rural schools serve as the social, recreational and cultural foundation of their communities. (
  • But many rural school districts are under funded and some lack a steady revenue stream. (
  • Since state support of local schools is based on attendance, the cost of smog-related absences to California school districts totals $82 million a year - and the cost to parents of the affected children is three times that. (
  • Despite the fact that many school districts worked at being prepared during the pandemic, this fall has been a tough road for students, parents and educators. (
  • Taxpayers in three Central Indiana school districts will be paying higher taxes to help ensure quality education for their children. (
  • Voters in the Hamilton Southeastern, Noblesville and Speedway school districts Tuesday renewed property tax increases to help pay salaries and classroom expenses. (
  • When the state instituted a property tax cap in 2009, it allowed school districts to go directly to taxpayers with referendums designed to raise additional funds. (
  • State-specific Pew reports also show that most school districts need kitchen infrastructure updates and at least one new piece of equipment in order to provide healthy lunches more effectively and efficiently. (
  • Education Commissioner Pam Stewart told lawmakers there is no evidence that three Florida school districts did anything wrong in delaying some middle school students enrollment in a state-mandated civics course. (
  • Six Republican lawmakers accuse three Florida school districts of "dishonest and unethical practices" involving the state middle school civics exam. (
  • In Florida, 642,298 students participated in 581 magnet schools or magnet programs in 28 Florida school districts during the 2017-2018 school year. (
  • This book identifies six school districts whose successful magnet programs offer a range of contexts, experiences, and perspectives. (
  • Is there anyone really objecting to blacks voluntarily going to HBCU or KIPP schools on the grounds that they're segregated the same way Kozol objects to the kind of de facto segregation that occurs in black school districts where there are no other real choices but the dilapidated local public school? (
  • For the 2018-2019 school year, Florida's Green School Network recognized five school districts and 12 schools for their outstanding achievements. (
  • Schools and districts interested in being recognized as a U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon School or Green Ribbon Schools District Sustainability Awardee for the 2019-20120 school year, will be required to participate in the state's 2018-2019 green recognition programs. (
  • Only ----46 schools across the nation received this prestigious Green Ribbon Schools award in 2018 along with six districts and six postsecondary institutions. (
  • The head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the agency will not revise guidelines for reopening schools this fall, after President Trump said they are too expensive and burdensome, but will work with local school districts. (
  • In some districts, pilot programs offer extra compensation for additional responsibilities, as well as school-wide bonuses based on student results and career advancement opportunities. (
  • But it's not just the biggest school districts making the shift. (
  • Guided by research-based standards, which are periodically reviewed and revised by leading New England educators, accreditation provides a clear direction for school communities striving to ensure their students receive outstanding educational experiences. (
  • To help reconnect today's children to the outdoors, the National Wildlife Federation assists schools in developing outdoor classrooms called Schoolyard Habitats® , where educators and students learn how to attract and support local wildlife. (
  • Read what these charter school educators love about their job and what union membership means to them. (
  • They sought to empower small groups of educators to launch a wide variety of innovative start-ups that, by experimenting with new approaches to education, would develop superior models fit to meet the needs of the diverse students that make up state's school population. (
  • We are looking for educators and leaders who want to join a small but growing team of diverse community schools. (
  • The National Education Association actively supports the development of programs that recognize and deal with the particular needs of students, educators, school employees and communities in the nation's vast rural areas. (
  • NASA Explorer Schools invests in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM educators to inspire and engage future scientists, engineers and technicians that NASA needs to continue our journey. (
  • Schools & Educators Complete offers anytime, anywhere access to 12,900+ titles including unique ebooks from Wiley. (
  • Special Olympics Unified Schools empowers youth and educators to be leaders of change. (
  • Please be sure to download and print the application PDF from each of the dental school designations you applied to through the 2017-2018 ADEA AADSAS application cycle by May 14, 2018. (
  • As of May 2017, the programs included: Aside from teaching, the Loyola Schools engages in research work through various research units within the Loyola Schools and with other units of the Ateneo de Manila University. (
  • Due to the lack of financial planning of the Board of Directors, the only school located in the United States which was opened in 2014, The New York International School , is scheduled to be closed in June 2017, after only two complete school years. (
  • The aftershocks keep coming from a 2017 scandal that led to the resignation of Nivea Torres as superintendent of the Connecticut Technical High School System, after her agency paid millions of taxpayer dollars to a local marketing firm in a three-year spending spree later branded as illegal. (
  • 1. Five in 2017-18 school year PPS Community Schools + Aquatics = Greatness Opportunity to make a splash. (
  • On April 24, 2017, one Florida district and four Florida schools received the prestigious national Green Ribbon Schools designation by the U.S. Department of Education. (
  • In November 2017, a kindergarten girl was allegedly sexually assaulted in her Decatur school bathroom by a boy who was allowed to be there because of that policy. (
  • Using new Statistics in Schools (SIS) resources in your classroom during the 2019-2020 school year will support efforts to make sure EVERY child is counted in the 2020 Census. (
  • Sign up for the newsletter that highlights timely SIS events and materials, including new classroom activities for the 2019-2020 school year. (
  • Kindergarten students are excited to learn at Haycock Elementary School. (
  • Students from the Automotive Trades and Information Technology foundations will hold a used car and computer sale from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Feb. 24 at Damascus High School, 25921 Ridge Road. (
  • Listen to a panel of first-year dental students share some of the surprises and challenges they encountered during the dental school application process. (
  • In this free, 45 minute webinar recording, first year dental students reflect back on their experience applying to dental school and share some of the surprises and challenges they encountered along the way. (
  • Students and staff in the School pursue a variety of exciting disciplines that relate to the science of life on our planet, including the complex problems seen at the interface between human health, animal health and environmental health. (
  • Developing school and learning friendly habits will serve students well throughout their lives. (
  • Snow days are one of the best perks of winter for students, but now, schools are closing for another variation. (
  • You won't find the students at Riverbend School near Chennai, India in a traditional classroom - they might be. (
  • Over time and through commitment to the Eco-Schools Seven Step process, improvements will be seen in both the learning outcomes, attitude and behaviour of students and the local community, and ultimately the local environment. (
  • The Eco-Schools programme extends from kindergartens to universities and is implemented in 67 countries, involving 51,000 schools and institutions, and over 19,000,000 students. (
  • The aim of the programme is to engage students through classroom study, school and community action to raise awareness of sustainable development issues. (
  • [5] [6] It encourages students and teachers to conduct research on the amount of waste, energy or water use at their school and work towards making it a more sustainable environment. (
  • Undergraduate students also have the option of taking minor concentrations from any of the four schools. (
  • Student research publications include: The Ateneo Student Business Review - A research journal published by students of the John Gokongwei School of Management, focusing on the local and international business environment, entrepreneurship, as well as business research and business plans by students of the JGSOM. (
  • The Ateneo Student Review for the Social Sciences - A research journal published by students of the School of Social Sciences, focusing on social, political, and economic issues. (
  • THERE has been much hue and cry because City Hall and the Department of Education finally did something they had long resisted doing - listen to parents, students, teachers and community leaders on ways to improve all of our schools for all of our children. (
  • The oil-rich United Arab Emirates has the most students served by those schools, with more than 620,000. (
  • China is next, with more than 489,000 students in international private schools. (
  • The positive and negative emotions students feel are essential characteristics of their psychology, indicators of their well-being, and mediators of their success in school and life. (
  • The British School of Nanjing was established in 2007 and has 1 campus serving more than 150 students. (
  • The International School of Moscow was established in 2007 and has 2 campuses serving more than 400 students. (
  • The British School, Kuala Lumpur was established in 2009 serving more than 500 students as of 2012. (
  • NEA is committed to great public schools for all students. (
  • All charter schools should operate in a manner that is transparent, accountable and equitable to ensure a quality education for students. (
  • Our mission at Caliber Schools is to shift the experiences, expectations, and outcomes for students in historically underserved communities. (
  • Our first school, Beta Academy in Richmond, CA, opened in 2014 and is now a fully grown K-8 serving 800 students. (
  • Explore Schools is a network of high-performing public charter schools providing 2,000 students in central Brooklyn with the outstanding education they deserve. (
  • IC 20-24-2 provides that a charter school may be established to provide innovative and autonomous programs that: (1) serve the different learning styles and needs of public school students. (
  • 2) Offer public school students appropriate and innovative choices. (
  • 5) Provide parents, students, community members, and local entities with an expanded opportunity for involvement in the public school system. (
  • EWG obtained data for the Air Resources Board ozone monitors closest to almost 12,000 public and private schools and found that from 2000 to 2003, approximately 2,800 California schools serving 1.7 million students experienced ozone levels high enough to trigger an outdoor activity warning on at least one occasion. (
  • The worst schools, attended by more than 300,000 students, had on average five or more outdoor activity warnings each year. (
  • High school teachers in Hinsdale, Elmhurst and La Grange have different ways of teacher Sept. 11 to students with no memory of that day. (
  • Merrillville's first charter school, the Heritage Institute of Arts and Technology, opened its doors Tuesday to 177 students. (
  • East Porter County Schools gave Chromebooks to middle school students this year, and high schoolers lead the training. (
  • Two students from Lyons Township High School received perfect scores on their ACT college admission and placement exams, school officials announced. (
  • Baltimore City Public Schools have started to reopen, but it's a fraction of all the students so far. (
  • While many parents are demanding that schools fully reopen, others say they won't feel safe sending children back to classrooms until vaccines are available to even young students. (
  • Data show about 42 percent of all students between kindergarten and high school are in virtual-only schooling right now. (
  • Its unique constellation of schools offers a range of academic programs that attracts students, faculty, and staff who thrive in an environment of curiosity, creativity, and engagement. (
  • Schools have a social mission: to teach students to be citizens of a strong, capable, independent, cooperating and free society. (
  • Schools that use free software will enable gifted programming students to advance. (
  • But recent studies suggest that low-income students attending racially and economically diverse schools do perform better than similarly situated peers without such exposure. (
  • We must ensure that integrated schools and integrated classrooms are available to all students no matter their race or their class, and we must also start embracing and learning from our differences. (
  • Integrated schools are a win-win for all students. (
  • Founded in 1975 by restaurateur and writer Prue Leith, the school has an outstanding international reputation with students from all over the world. (
  • For many teenagers at Wellspring Academy of the Carolinas, located at the end of a serpentine dirt road, the remote mountain outpost students call 'fat school' is a last-ditch stop in a losing battle that has consumed their lives. (
  • An apparently innocuous comment Wednesday that alarmed some New Britain High School students led police to investigate overnight. (
  • West Hartford High School Students Could Start Class 45 Minutes Later Next Year. (
  • Geared towards incoming freshman, seventh and eighth grade students and their families, the event featured the academic programs, sports, clubs and organizations the school has to offer. (
  • A new boundary map for North Shore School District 112 shifts all Lincoln Elementary School students to Indian Trail Elementary School. (
  • Enrollment at School District U46 schools dropped by 506 students from this September to the same point last year, district officials said Monday. (
  • Lincoln Elementary school students would be split between Indian Trail and Ravinia Elementary schools under the boundary plan recommended by administrators in North Shore School District 112. (
  • Olive-Mary Stitt Elementary School third-grade teacher Meghan Yarbrough started using a guided meditation program to help her students relax after recess. (
  • Report card data from south suburban elementary schools displayed similarly disparate scores as the high schools into which they feed their students. (
  • For example, if there are 60 students in the class and school has five days a week. (
  • On average, more than 30 million students receive lunch every day through the National School Lunch Program. (
  • More than 30 million American students receive lunch through the National School Lunch Program and more than 14 million receive breakfast through the School Breakfast Program, both administered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). (
  • Since students consume up to half of their calories at school, the federal and state governments have targeted schools as venues for offering kids healthy foods. (
  • States have enacted numerous strategies to help ensure students have access to healthier food and beverages at school, or to encourage other community supports for child nutrition. (
  • Farm-to-school programs bring local, healthy food to students by connecting local agricultural producers with schools and incorporating information about how food is grown into school curricula. (
  • Research demonstrates that students who participate in farm-to-school programs consume more fruits and vegetables, and have increased knowledge about healthy food choices. (
  • The program helps schools provide students locally grown foods. (
  • Engage students and motivate them to read voluntarily, increase parent and faculty participation at your school, and help kids in need - all through a Book Fair. (
  • NASA Explorer Schools invites teachers and their students to chat with a NASA expert and have their questions answered during a live video chat. (
  • Opportunities for teachers, students and schools for innovative integration of NES teaching materials and exemplary use of best practices in STEM education. (
  • Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford visited Harford Technical High School Thursday afternoon, where he was shown various vocational programs available to the students. (
  • Several music students at West Friendship and Dayton Oaks elementary schools were selected for both the honors and gift and talented bands. (
  • Several students walked up to Baltimore school police officer Tiffany Wiggins Thursday morning and asked her, "What are we going to do if there's a school shooting here? (
  • In Howard County, coordinator of school psychology Cynthia Schulmeyer said mental health concerns are growing among students. (
  • Mark Rauterkus makes a proposal to jazz up PPS Community Schools efforts by including Aquatics and Swimming in the fabric of offerings to students, families and the larger community in Pittsburgh by better use of available, mostly idle indoor swim pools from Westinghouse to Langley. (
  • In short, parents, students, and public officials are alarmed at what they see as a rising tide of violence and disorder in the schools and are concerned about how much learning can occur in a disruptive environ- ment, and about the safety of teachers and students. (
  • Two students at Avon Park Middle School in Highlands County were placed in custody after a teacher alerted law enforcement of a possible plan to harm others, according to a statement from the school board. (
  • Castleview Elementary, Water Spring Elementary and Horizon West Middle schools are scheduled to welcome students in August. (
  • They have tried to govern school systems as if they were corporations, organize schools as if they were something akin to factories and orient education toward testing and tracking students toward presumed "real world" destinies. (
  • Clearly, schools should prepare students to earn decent livelihoods. (
  • Schools should go far beyond preparing students for work. (
  • If schools do these tasks well, students when they become adults are much more likely to participate in socially positive ways, such as creating art and music, preventing domestic violence, working for racial equality, promoting clean energy and opposing war. (
  • The School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences' novel interdisciplinary courses include the BSc in Mathematics and Economics, a combined degree programme aimed at students with a strong quantitative aptitude and keen interest in economics. (
  • Magnet schools and magnet programs offer a specialized curriculum to students outside the school's normal attendance boundaries. (
  • A magnet school is defined as an elementary, middle, or high school that offers, to all students enrolled in that particular school, a special curriculum capable of attracting substantial numbers of students of different social, economic, ethnic, and racial backgrounds. (
  • Magnet programs differ slightly from a magnet school as the special curriculum is offered to a cohort of students as opposed to the entire school. (
  • Magnet Schools of America Magnet Schools of America provides leadership for innovative instructional programs that promote equity, diversity, and academic excellence for all students in public school choice programs. (
  • This publication from USDOE provides "lessons learned" for district and school decision-makers of how specialized programs can spark enthusiasm for learning and catalyze academic growth in students whose interest and aptitudes may not be fulfilled by their neighborhood schools. (
  • Firstly, it seeks to develop the knowledge and abilities of gifted and talented Key Stage 4 and A-level students with an interest in English studies from the three schools. (
  • Lastly, by focusing instruction on the discipline of world literature, this project will disseminate the research into world literary systems to the school students, their teachers and Warwick postgraduates and postdoctoral researchers. (
  • Students of all abilities have the power to positively impact their school communities by promoting social inclusion. (
  • Find a collection of tools to assist students, teachers, and State Programs in promoting Unified Schools in their communities. (
  • It is important for teachers, parents and students to prepare for potential crises that may occur while students are at school. (
  • Make sure that everyone knows procedures for handling disasters when students are at school, and follow basic guidelines in this section to prepare for and deal with possible crises. (
  • Charter schools are largely free to innovate, and often provide more effective programs and choice to diverse groups of students. (
  • Charter school student enrollment now tops 313,000 students. (
  • Congratulations to Gove Elementary School for their efforts to reduce environmental costs, improve the health and wellness of students and staff, and provide learning opportunities focused on the environment that incorporate science, mathematics, technology, civic skills, and green pathways. (
  • The superintendent of the City Schools of Decatur, a district of metropolitan Atlanta, secretly instituted a gender identity policy in 2016 allowing students of both sexes to enter any bathroom they chose. (
  • When students go back to school, they will be required to wear masks. (
  • You work with colleagues and students to elevate your school from 'underperforming' to one of academic excellence. (
  • Schools are increasingly looking to the handheld tablets as a way to sustain students' interest, reward their achievements and, in some cases, actually keep per-student costs down. (
  • We must use technology to empower teachers and improve the way students learn," said Joel Klein, a former New York City schools' chief who now leads News Corp.'s education tablet program. (
  • Discovery, the top digital content provider to U.S. schools, recognizes its potential to keep students interested with the most up-to-date material. (
  • For instance, it updated its science lessons for students in grades six through high school to incorporate Superstorm Sandy within weeks of its making landfall. (
  • He noted there is a difference between teaching students about religion and proselytizing, and argued no one is in favor of public schools trying to convert children to any particular religion. (
  • Figures are hard to come by, but studies have estimated that a third or more of U.S. schools have mold, dust and other indoor air problems serious enough to provoke respiratory issues like asthma in students and teachers. (
  • A growing body of research suggests students also perform better in schools with healthier air. (
  • Dr. John Santilli, a Connecticut allergist, says he has treated dozens of students sickened by school air. (
  • Lance, and his colleague Wayne, worked with Diploma and Middle school students giving workshops on resilience, failing well, study skills, managing anxiety and effective preparation for examinations. (
  • Search over ten thousand teaching jobs nationwide - elementary, middle, high school and more. (
  • Or, search the school events calendar . (
  • The Graduate School of Nursing celebrated Commencement 2020 on May 31. (
  • UMass Medical School conferred 56 degrees to the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Class of 2020 in a first-of-its-kind virtual Commencement ceremony, viewed via YouTube, FaceBook and Zoom. (
  • Virtual graduation proceedings took place months early, enabling members of the School of Medicine Class of 2020 to join the Massachusetts health care workforce immediately to help take on the unprecedented COVID-19 challenge. (
  • The 2020-2021 school year is my 9th in education and my first at Remsen St. Mary's. (
  • Cheap trailers and portable classrooms can be a quick fix for schools strapped for space, but the trade-off often. (
  • Since 1996, the National Wildlife Federation has worked to assist schools in the creation of Schoolyard Habitats®, which create and restore wildlife habitat on school grounds while providing outdoor classrooms for learning across the curriculum. (
  • Lake Zurich School District 95 officials could vote by the end of the year on a possible $78 million referendum that would bankroll an overhaul of an aging elementary school, add science and technology labs, and upgrade other classrooms throughout the district. (
  • Paul Cooper, a candidate for Seminole County Commission, has been barred by the school district from working as a substitute teacher after his conduct in elementary and middle school classrooms. (
  • Turnaround Schools need a special kind of teacher - one who brings energy and passion to classrooms with the greatest need of improvement. (
  • It's also common for charter school classrooms to be led by staffers who are neither trained nor certified to teach. (
  • In a New York Health Department survey, 99% of elementary schools reported dust or reservoirs of dust in classrooms. (
  • In 2016 the group opened the British School of Brasília . (
  • A 2016 report from the Center for Popular Democracy documents waste, fraud, abuse, and mismanagement of charter school funds, totaling more than $216 million. (
  • As of June 1, 2016, Congress is considering the reauthorization of child nutrition programs, which would alter some of the requirements schools must meet. (
  • Top party schools - The University of Florida caps the top 10. (
  • A teacher at a South Florida high school was shocked when he returned from summer vacation to find a fetus placed in a jar inside one of his cabinets. (
  • On Thursday - one day after a shooting rampage in a Florida high school killed 17 - a student in Baltimore was caught with a BB gun at school. (
  • Top dietician schools in the US include Baylor University, Florida State, McMaster University, Michigan State and several others. (
  • They are very popular-and among the fastest growing school choice options in Florida. (
  • Since 1996, the number of charter schools in Florida has grown to over 658 in 2018-19. (
  • Florida has an established green school state network, and beginning in 2011, also joined the national Green Ribbon School Initiative. (
  • The Florida Green School Networ k acts as a central clearinghouse for the green school movement in the state of Florida and supports Florida Statute 1000.08 . (
  • The 2018-19 Florida Green Ribbon School and District Application will be available in the fall. (
  • On May 16, 2018, one Florida school received the 2018 Green Ribbon Schools award by the U.S. Department of Education. (
  • The average white child in America attends a school that is 77 percent white, and where just 32 percent of the student body lives in poverty. (
  • Tara focused a lot on location, picking schools in big cities that she felt represented the culture of America (she ended up in Los Angeles, the heart of Hollywood). (
  • In America, attempts to bring private management into publicly funded schools have been fought bitterly by teaching unions and local education officials. (
  • And, across America, other private firms are now winning contracts to run "charter schools"-ones which are publicly funded but independent of local school boards. (
  • While businesses may well be willing and able to turn around failing schools, it is likely that, as in America, the education establishment will fight bitterly to keep them out of the classroom. (
  • The importance of disrupting traditional American math practices and adopting high-quality math curriculum continues to be essential for changing the trajectory of historically under-resourced schools. (
  • All schools in the group follow the English National Curriculum . (
  • He is the curriculum editor of Rethinking Schools and the co-director of the Zinn Education Project . (
  • Schools in the action zones may be allowed to drop both the national curriculum and the national agreement on teachers' pay and conditions. (
  • State lawmakers and parents in several counties are upset over the middle school curriculum. (
  • Blackburn's criticism joins the calls of state lawmakers and parents in several Tennessee counties upset over the middle school curriculum. (
  • Superintendent and School Board relationship are an important component of a superintendency. (
  • What do you believe are the opportunities and challenges of being a superintendent in a small, rural school division? (
  • Manchester High School was placed under lockdown for about a half-hour Friday morning in response to a rumor that a student brought a weapon to school, the school's superintendent said. (
  • Ken Wallace, superintendent of Maine Township High School District 207, accused the state board of creating "artificial" standards for SAT performance. (
  • New Haven can't rest on the record of outgoing Mayor John DeStefano, who forged strong alliances with School Superintendent Reginald Mayo and Yale President Richard Levin, says Stan Simpson. (
  • Lake County Superintendent Diane Kornegay has named 10 new principals for the 2018-19 school year. (
  • After a year of living with the pandemic, what schooling models might we turn to as we look ahead to improve the student learning experience? (
  • But all are united that schools should not be opened in the midst of the pandemic. (
  • The checklists, toolkits and other resources in this section will help schools prepare for pandemic flu. (
  • A high school near Midway Airport will likely be converted into Chicago's newest selective-enrollment facility next school year, CPS officials announced. (
  • A month's stay at the school, which has a maximum enrollment of 50, costs $6,250, making a year at Wellspring more expensive than a year at Harvard. (
  • The state auditors reported inadequate maintenance staffing levels at most of the state's technical high schools, but the systems staff say the schools are clean and safe. (
  • What needs to change is the state's funding formula that forces schools in the doughnut counties to double-tax citizens, said Dave Read, president of the Hamilton County Grassroots Conservatives. (
  • It also permits the state's Agricultural and Small Business Development Authority to make grants, loans or loan guarantees for businesses to access and process locally grown agricultural products for use in schools. (
  • Harvard Business School Ranked as the No. 1 MBA Program for the third consecutive year in this year's 2015 FT survey released on 26th Jan 2015. (
  • I'm Ms. Manion and I am excited to begin my 5th year teacher at Stewartville High School and Middle School. (
  • Top party schools - The University of Iowa was knocked from its perch atop the party schools list this year. (
  • The number of international private schools offering instruction primarily in English continues to surge worldwide, growing by more than 6 percent over the most recent year, as families' incomes rise and they prepare their children for college abroad. (
  • Brandi Levy, now an 18-year-old college freshman, was a cheerleader at Mahanoy Area High School in Pennsylvania when she made profane comments on Snapchat that are now at the center of a U.S. Supreme Court case on student speech rights. (
  • Could year-round schooling be one of them? (
  • SIS brings school subjects to life using real-world Census Bureau statistics to create materials for use year after year at all grade levels. (
  • Smoggy air costs Californians more than $521 million a year - a price paid in hundreds of trips to the emergency room, thousands of hospital admissions and millions of missed school days, according to an Environmental Working Group analysis of state data. (
  • Air Resources Board scientists estimate that meeting the proposed tougher smog standards would, each year, avert 300 emergency room visits for asthma attacks, 4,000 hospital admissions for treatment of asthma and other respiratory diseases, and 3.3 million school absences. (
  • In Los Angeles County alone, schools would see more than 1 million fewer absences a year. (
  • In recent decades, great progress has been achieved toward cleaner air: Scientists calculate that efforts to reduce ozone pollution in Southern California have already prevented more than 3 million school absences a year and provided an economic benefit of more than $245 million. (
  • A top-level administrator has left Township High School District 214 one year after being hired to raise the district's profile. (
  • The tiny school, which opened last year in a refurbished summer camp in Brevard, N.C., 400 miles southwest of Washington, is designed to test one of the most radical, controversial and expensive ideas about how best to treat pediatric obesity. (
  • Henry's success contrasts with the experience of Jahcobie Cosom, 18, of Dorchester, Mass. Cosom, who lost 167 pounds at the school and 30 during his first month home, gained 260 pounds in less than a year, his weight rocketing to 562. (
  • The administration of River Forest District 90 is expected to seek village approval to renovate one of its schools at the beginning of the new year. (
  • Beginning in the 2015-16 school year, the law also required school food service employees to meet new professional standards. (
  • Black Lives Matter Week of Action in Schools," began last year in Seattle and Philadelphia. (
  • The Orange County school district announces finalists for teacher of year, top principal and other school employees. (
  • The Seminole County school district will kick off the 2018-19 school year by opening its first new school in eight years. (
  • A study of Milwaukee's scheme last year found that the private schools involved provided a better education at a lower cost than the state ones. (
  • Some of them closed at the end of the school year, some never opened in the first place, and some closed abruptly in the middle of the year. (
  • Starting at a new school multiple times in one year is not beneficial for student learning. (
  • Orders placed by June 30 will be ready for the start of the school year in the fall, officials at Rupert Murdoch's company said, adding yet another platform for schools to consider. (
  • Schools in McAllen, Texas, distributed 6,800 Apple tablets last year at a cost of $20.5 million. (
  • As the school year wound down, Matthew's health worsened. (
  • When we put him back in school this year, within three weeks, he missed 10 days with a respiratory infection," Melissa Asselin said. (
  • Matthew's parents concluded that the 9-year-old's school, Hinsdale Elementary, was making their son sick. (
  • About one in 10 children in the United States now has asthma, which causes them to miss an average of four days of school a year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention . (
  • The unit traces its roots to the School of Arts and Sciences, which was restructured into the four Loyola Schools in 2000. (
  • One out of three charter schools that opened in 2000 had closed by 2010, usually due to poor performance or financial mismanagement. (
  • The Center for Media and Democracy found that about 2,500 charter schools closed between 2000 and 2013 . (
  • To make a real difference for those who need it most, we must also get more experienced teachers into low-performing schools. (
  • But you cannot turn failing schools around by forcing teachers to work there. (
  • Earlier this month, I proposed three new ideas to create a healthy balance of newer and veteran teachers in hard-to-staff schools. (
  • Take a typical secondary school: Every class could be 20 percent smaller, or teachers could teach four periods instead of five and devote the additional time to work on agreed-upon educational tasks at the core of the school's Comprehensive Educational Plan - or they could design a combination plan. (
  • My second proposal would let hard-to-staff schools offer group transfers for two or more teachers who want to take on a new challenge. (
  • As an alternative to taking courses to earn additional income, teachers would provide extra service, such as developing a unit of lesson plans for their department or designing a school-to-work internship program. (
  • These proposals are powerful recruitment and retention incentives that would transform hard-to-staff schools into schools that teachers would gravitate to and parents would want their children to attend. (
  • Many do not require charter school teachers to meet the same certification requirements as public school teachers. (
  • proponents of community schools believe parents, teachers, and communities are the greatest assets in restoring strong educational outcomes. (
  • Although teachers and supporting staffs are losing their jobs, it is not advisable to the government to open the schools at least up to 5th standard until the situation becomes normal. (
  • Teachers across the country in grades 4-12, regardless of school size, type, or geographic location, see the benefit of participating in the NASA Explorer Schools project. (
  • The work of school teachers and pupils has always been central in helping better record, understand and preserve our extraordinarily rich cultural and natural heritage here in Ireland. (
  • Orange County public school teachers and advocates to join statewide "walk in" for education Wednesday morning at Howard Middle School in Orlando. (
  • Thus the emphasis on consumer choice among schools through vouchers or charters or plans to pay teachers based on test-score improvements. (
  • Schools work best when teachers - in dialogue with parents and other citizens - design the educational experience, not corporate officials. (
  • This section contains guidelines for teachers and school administrators to prepare their schools for public health emergencies. (
  • The biggest challenge is that they're growing up as digital natives, but when they get to the school door, they have to leave that at the door," said Scott Kinney, who trains teachers on how to use Discovery Education's products, which work on various platforms. (
  • Founded in 1885, the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) has been working to establish and maintain high standards for all levels of education longer than any other accreditation agency in the United States. (
  • The 9th Annual Choose Respect Montgomery Conference for teens, parents and youth service providers will be held from noon to 4:30 p.m. on April 15 at Richard Montgomery High School. (
  • Whether you are a freshman in high school only starting to think about the future or an accepted high school senior ready to commit to a college, we have a visit for you! (
  • Graduates with bachelors degrees typically earn 60% more than employees with only a high school diploma, adding up to an $800,000 difference in earnings over a lifetime. (
  • Welcome to the high school mathematics website! (
  • Summerfield Elementary School Summerfield Junior/Senior High School Summerfield Schools. (
  • As taxpayer-funded schools, charter schools must be held to the same safeguards and high standards of accountability, transparency and equity as public schools. (
  • The Ridgewood High School Marching Rebels started off their September by taking positive steps. (
  • Elite Chicago-area high school soccer players navigate two worlds: The high school season and the club circuit. (
  • Qualifying Chicago high school graduates can attend one of the city's network of seven colleges with no out-of-pocket costs, Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced. (
  • Entrepreneurship taught in new class at Wheeling and Elk Grove high schools. (
  • Officials with New Trier Township High School District 203 approved a $110 million budget for 2015 this week, an increase of roughly 2.7 percent from last year's budget. (
  • The Pomfret Board of Education Designated High School Options Committee held a public information session on Oct. 30. (
  • They are considering adding an additional designated high school to residents. (
  • Currently Woodstock Academy is Pomfret's only designated high school. (
  • Plainville's sole high school has a new principal, promoted after prior leader left for new job closer to his family. (
  • High school entrepreneur Katelyn Norman has started a specialty make-up business, Glamour and Gore. (
  • Thompson held its fourth annual Tourtellotte Memorial High School Expo on Sept. 27. (
  • Voters Lutheran High School in Franklin Township make their selections on their ballots during the Indiana primary in Indianapolis. (
  • Beverly Green, 55, has one daughter who's a senior at Fishers High School. (
  • The state board of education announced SAT scores statewide, including for Evanston Township High School District 202. (
  • We can fix that by teaching our kids the basics in high school. (
  • Watch some of the best high school football plays from the preseason Kickoff Classic games. (
  • Achievement First, with charter schools in Connecticut and New York, promises revised rules to reduce high suspension rates. (
  • The Staff and Command College, Military Academy, and Mountain Skiing Fighting School are training centers for Lebanon's soldiers designed to upgrade the quality of their skills while the High Center for Military Sport is designed to keep them in peak physical shape. (
  • Dulaney High School is in rough shape, and parents are right to question whether anything besides replacement makes sense. (
  • K. Courtiney Jacobs is a new counselor at Towson High School, and she is connecting with African-American girls, in particular, to embolden them to pursue groundbreaking careers and other endeavors. (
  • Lansdowne's officials and residents feel stung by the Baltimore County executive's decision to build a new high school for Dulaney. (
  • Baltimore County needs to build a new Dulaney High school. (
  • The Harford school board approved a $466.2 million fiscal 2018 budget request Monday, adding $100,000 to support the office of Equity and Cultural Proficiency in the wake of a racist incident at Bel Air High School. (
  • With a new March 8 deadline to choose the site of the county's next high school, the Board of Education continues to gather information about the safety and viability of the two choices, Troy Park in Elkridge and Mission Road in Jessup. (
  • High Schools under Fire," 1977). (
  • Bill Bigelow taught high school social studies in Portland, Oregon for almost 30 years. (
  • Peter has both BSc & PhD chemistry degrees from Durham University and was then a chemistry teacher for 20 years in a Northumberland High School. (
  • This publication from USDOE examines eight magnet high schools, analyzing their common characteristics and profiles them as models of success. (
  • SATELLITES Smack-dab in the heart of Silicon Valley, rocket science is fueling the latest competition between two longtime rivals: Wilcox and Leland high schools. (
  • FILE - In this Feb. 27, 2012 file photo, Ysabella Ortegon, 16, reads about Leonardo da Vinci's painting "The Last Supper," while working on her new iPad at McAllen Memorial High School in McAllen, Texas. (
  • The Eanes Independent School District in Austin is distributing more than 2,000 iPads to every student, from kindergarteners to high school seniors. (
  • But she notes Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Confucianism and Shinto are also covered in various courses throughout middle school and high school. (
  • However, because it is not always easy or possible to avoid certain foods, staff in schools, out-of-school time , and early care and education programs (ECE) should develop plans for preventing an allergic reaction and responding to a food allergy emergency, including anaphylaxis. (
  • Philanthropy is essential to the work being done at UMass Medical School to advance the health and well-being of the people of the commonwealth and the world through pioneering advances in education, research and health care delivery. (
  • Murdoch University's School of Veterinary and Life Sciences provides veterinary practitioners and veterinary nurses with evidence-based educational advancement opportunities through the provision of current research data, by world class presenters, using varied delivery mediums and an array of flexible continuing education programs. (
  • We Design and Develop Outstanding School Websites, Mobile Apps and Education Software! (
  • Eduniversal, a ranking and rating agency specialized in higher education announced the award at it's The Worldwide Business Schools Rankings for 2014 Gala Dinner and Award Ceremony in Istanbul in October. (
  • Discover stories of schools and education in the national parks. (
  • Eco-Schools is one of the programmes recognised by the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (2005 - 2014), awarding certificates to thousands of schools around the world. (
  • When the Foundation for Environmental Education became global in 2001, countries outside of Europe began joining the Eco-Schools programme, as well. (
  • In 2003 Eco-Schools was identified by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) as a model initiative for Education for Sustainable Development . (
  • A fifth school, the School of Education and Learning Design, will be established in 2021. (
  • Improving Schools is a triannual peer-reviewed academic journal that covers the field of education. (
  • The British Schools Foundation aims to promote quality British-style education worldwide. (
  • [2] According to the British Schools Foundation website, some BSF-founded schools are now part of Nord Anglia Education . (
  • This count impacts the federal funds that communities receive for special education, classroom technology, teacher training, after-school programs, school lunch assistance, and more. (
  • Moving schools to free software is more than a way to make education a little "better": it is a matter of doing good education instead of bad education. (
  • Proprietary software is the enemy of the spirit of education, so it should not be tolerated in a school, except as an object for reverse engineering. (
  • A former investment banker who persuaded Aspen Education, a for-profit behavioral health company, to spend $6.5 million to test the approach, Craig opened the first academy in 2004 in a shuttered mental hospital outside Fresno, Calif. Until March the schools, the first of their kind, were called Academy of the Sierras. (
  • Bridget Hellstrom, 26, a special education teacher at Washington Elementary School, recently received the Symetra Heroes in the Classroom Award. (
  • Human Resource Development Ministry, now renamed as Ministry of Education, has asked the state government and union territory authorities to take the suggestions and feedback from the parents about the opening of school and sending their children to schools. (
  • Songs for Primary Schools' in 3 volumes are compiled by 'Ongaku Torishirabe-gakari (Bureau of Music)', Ministry of Education in April 1882 through March 1884. (
  • The steps start from when you decide to pursue an education in the US and end at preparing to actually depart, and the very first step is researching schools. (
  • Rather than throw even more money at the problem, states should institute school choice on a broad scale, moving toward a competitive education market. (
  • Wayne Au is an Associate Professor at the University of Washington Bothell and an editor for the social justice education magazine, Rethinking Schools . (
  • The school, named after local philanthropist Dato Sri Lee Kong Chian, aims to be a future model for innovative medical education. (
  • Magnet Schools Assistance Grant Program (US Department of Education) The Magnet Schools Assistance program provides grants to eligible local educational agencies to establish and operate magnet schools that are operated under a court-ordered or federally approved voluntary desegregation plan. (
  • The Green Ribbon Schools program is a national initiative implemented through the U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools (USED-GRS) Program. (
  • All states are invited able to nominate up to five prekindergarten through 12 grade school or district candidates and one postsecondary institutionthat have shown significant progress in achieving success in the programs three pillars: 1) environmental impact and energy efficiency, 2) healthy school environments, and 3) environmental and sustainability education. (
  • Gove Elementary School in Palm Beach County was recognized as a 2018 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon School Awardee. (
  • In exploring the relationship between cinematic representation and educational history, Josephine May shows how numerous Australian feature and documentary films offer access to powerful vernacular imaginings about school education in Australia. (
  • From then on the egalitarian dream of school education and the nation's capacity to generate meaningful futures for the young became increasingly contested. (
  • On January 6th Professor Michael Barber, its special adviser on education, announced that private firms would be invited to run failing state schools. (
  • Mr Barber's speech, at the annual North of England Education conference in Bradford, horrified local council leaders and teaching unions-especially when he praised two American schemes in which schools were taken over by a soap maker and a management consultancy. (
  • Under Labour's plans, private firms are being invited to take part in creating 25 "education action zones", each with about 20 schools, in areas where pupils do badly. (
  • The firm involved, Education Alternatives Inc, recently won a contract to operate 12 schools in Arizona. (
  • Imagine for example, a system in which competing private firms operated schools, while parents with vouchers shopped around for the best education for their children. (
  • Mr Barber says several firms have expressed an interest in running British schools, including banks and insurance firms as well as those already involved in education. (
  • Of course, the public schools will always take them, but in Detroit, where the city's troubles and a drive to replace the public system with a charter one have hollowed out the public education system , even finding a public school is now a challenge. (
  • Founded by a man who was first a male model, then bought a publishing business, then went bankrupt, the school was supposed to have a proprietary education program developed by an education professional, who swiftly quit, leaving the founder to finish the work himself. (
  • This insightful analyst report offers a privacy to-do list for school leaders and discusses the ethical issues and governmental privacy laws affecting K-12 education. (
  • Selecting schools was probably the hardest part in my experience applying to U.S. colleges, simply because there are so many of them. (
  • Lebanon has six official military colleges and schools designed to enhance the quality of their armed forces. (
  • NTU's College of Engineering is one of the world's largest engineering colleges with six schools focused on technology and innovation. (
  • Some 2,000 schools already have partnered with Google to use its lightweight Chromebooks, which start at $199. (
  • Loyola Schools faculty are prepared for their role by the Loyola Schools' Teacher Formation Institute. (
  • As an incentive, I proposed giving hard-to-staff schools enough money from the CFE settlement to reduce their student-teacher ratio by 20 percent - about 12 percent of the school's budget. (
  • Millennium Middle School teacher Edna Bland leads Seminole County's only puppetry classes. (
  • He was seconded as a Royal Society of Chemistry School Teacher Fellow to Newcastle University in 2008-09 and has worked there ever since. (
  • The School for Information and Knowledge Systems (SIKS) is a Dutch Research School established in 1996 and accredited by the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences. (
  • It is no surprise that the Duchess of Cambridge should chose Leiths, the creme de la creme of cookery schools. (
  • It is a complete school web design, hosting and content management system (CMS) with an intuitive and easy-to-use interface. (
  • The law's updates to school meal nutrition standards include increasing fruit and vegetable variety and servings, requiring all milk served to be low-fat or fat-free, and reducing sodium content, among other requirements. (
  • The course structure and content may vary from school to school and in accordance with the degree level. (
  • At-risk kids will benefit and promises have been made to shrink class sizes and launch long overdue middle-school reforms. (
  • The perception that our nation's public schools are disorderly and unsafe is widespread, and the image of the public school is deteriorating. (
  • The University of Massachusetts Medical School's three graduate schools are consistently ranked among the best in the nation. (
  • ADEA AADSAS does not send your application to a school if your application is received by ADEA AADSAS after the school's deadline. (
  • The new Millennium Middle School is meant to create space on another crowded campus and highlight the middle school's popular arts programs. (
  • Free software can save schools money, but this is a secondary benefit. (
  • This excellent resource is packed with information, activities and lesson plans for primary and secondary schools. (
  • Participation in the School Breakfast Program is associated with higher grades and standardized test scores, reduced absenteeism and improved cognitive performance. (
  • OSK and the Graduate School A + BE have made special agreements concerning the participation of PhD candidates in the OSK programme. (
  • He left 15 months later weighing 253 pounds and today weighs about 278 pounds, school officials say. (
  • Our graduates rank us in the top 1% for student satisfaction among all medical schools, and U.S. News & World Report consistently ranks us as one of the leading medical schools in the nation. (
  • Foreign-educated dental graduates interested in completing an advanced standing program at a U.S. dental school will need to apply through the ADEA Centralized Application for Advanced Placement for International Dentists (CAAPID) . (
  • Graduate School A+BE cooperates with two Dutch research schools that offer PhD training programmes in areas relevant to A+BE research. (
  • The Netherlands Graduate School of Urban and Regional Research is a joint initiative of the University of Amsterdam (UvA), Delft University of Technology (TU Delft), Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), Radboud University Nijmegen (RU), University of Groningen (RuG) and Utrecht University (UU), which hosts the secretariat. (
  • The graduate school is accredited by The Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW). (
  • The Graduate School A + BE will then contact OSK to enroll you. (
  • ASCI is a Dutch graduate school formed by Delft University of Technology, Vrije Universiteit,University of Amsterdam, Leiden University and Utrecht University. (
  • None adequately prevent for-profit management and operations of its charter schools. (
  • Governments at all levels have failed to implement systems that proactively monitor charter schools and hold them accountable. (
  • Public funding for charter schools (including local, state, and federal expenditures) is now more than $30 billion annually. (
  • Despite this tremendous investment of public dollars to charter schools, and despite previous reports documenting gross financial mismanagement, government at all levels has still failed to implement systems that proactively monitor these schools for waste, fraud, and abuse. (
  • This new report from Center for Popular Democracy documents that, absent this monitoring, the total waste, fraud, abuse, and mismanagement of charter school funds has now reached more than $216 million. (
  • The Annenberg Institute for School Reform at Brown University released a set of standards for charter schools aimed at ensuring accountability, transparency and equity. (
  • When California legislators first created charter schools, their intent was clear. (
  • However, because legislators' vision for charter schools has not been incorporated into funding formulas, the hundreds of millions of dollars spent annually on charter facilities have not created the hoped-for incubator of innovation and continual improvement. (
  • Charter Schools are required to be examined by IC 5-11-1-9 . (
  • IC 5-11-1-7(b) provides that the State Examiner has the ability to allow Charter Schools to engage private examiners to meet the examination requirements. (
  • The Guidelines for the Audits of Charter Schools Performed by Private Examiners was created by the SBOA and details the oversight responsibilities and procedures that are required for the Charter School examinations. (
  • How Will Charter School Help Fix Absenteeism? (
  • Lots of people in my family went to Howard, Spelman, or Morehouse, but I felt like I had already had enough of that grounding experience going to my somewhat Afrocentric public charter school in Washington, D.C., so I went to Vassar. (
  • Charter schools are public schools of choice. (
  • Check out the Charter School Program Statistics (PDF) for more details. (
  • About 10% of the 700 charter schools are now privately run, and their numbers are increasing rapidly. (
  • Because the term "charter schools" often comes with the word "public" attached, parents can be surprised by some of the ways in which charters do not operate like actual public schools. (
  • Here are just a few factors that emptors should caveat when considering a charter school. (
  • Sudden closure of charter schools is not unusual. (
  • Charter schools are businesses, and they close for business reasons. (
  • The school burned through three principals in three months, and funneled much of its money to the founders other companies, but neither academic nor financial shenanigans gave the board charged with charter oversight the power to close down EAA. (
  • With major charter school chains, the People in Charge can be located hundreds of miles away, or even in another state. (
  • Each state has a system of authorizers-- people who have the power to decide if a particular charter school should exist or not, but that system is not always helpful. (
  • Our mobile apps are designed with the custom themes and branding of your school website and are available to all parents for FREE in the App Store and Google Play . (
  • When parents send their kids off to school, they might worry their child forgot their homework or won't eat enough. (
  • These are commonsense protections that parents and communities rightly insist upon for all other taxpayer-funded schools. (
  • But to desperate parents who typically find Wellspring online, packing a child whom classmates have nicknamed 'Miss Piggy' off to a therapeutic boarding school seems worth it, despite incurring substantial credit card debt, draining a college fund or taking out a second mortgage. (
  • A middle school student at Lake Highland Preparatory School was expelled for "threatening remarks" that were overheard by classmates Thursday, the school said in an email to parents. (
  • Some American cities-such as Cleveland and Milwaukee-have already given vouchers to parents to allow them to choose between state-run and private schools. (
  • Summerfield Schools is a public school district in Petersburg, Michigan. (
  • Monroe ISD public school boundaries" (PDF). (
  • Please explain your experience in Public School Finance and building a division budget. (
  • Middle School Fairs - Popular, age-appropriate titles to engage older readers. (
  • Aleyda Rivera was a sixth-grade student at Westridge Middle School in the Oak Ridge neighborhood. (
  • All clear" says Orange County Sheriff deputies who were investigating a bomb threat sent as written statement Friday morning to Timber Springs Middle School. (
  • For example: For the next two years, no school will lose money because of the new funding formulas - so successful schools will not be destabilized as struggling schools get more resources. (
  • Under-funding our neighborhood and magnet schools. (
  • States have enacted various types of legislation to support these programs, including creating statewide programs and task forces, appropriating funding, creating grant programs and encouraging school gardens. (
  • The Washington Post concedes their error: school funding has increased, not decreased, since the 1980s. (
  • President Donald Trump threatened Wednesday to cut off funding to schools if they do not reopen in the Fall after closing due to coronavirus concerns. (
  • Turnaround Schools receive additional funding, resources, and services. (
  • The public has given the schools low marks, and the Senate Judiciary Committee (1975) gave the schools an" A" in violence and vandalism. (
  • Rural communities depend on their schools to serve many functions beyond their primary mission of educating children. (
  • When smog levels peak, the state advises schools to keep children from playing outdoors. (
  • With three children in Hamilton Southeastern schools, David Roux, 44, did not hesitate to register a "yes" vote on the referendum. (
  • One man who said he never had children in the school district said he does not want to see his tax bill increase. (
  • Dozens of veterans who visited Windsor Elementary School in Arlington Heights for an early celebration of Veterans Day were greeted Friday by scores of children waving American flags. (
  • There are many non-market (perhaps even anti-market) lessons that schools impart: They inculcate an appreciation of the arts, establish healthy habits of exercise, teach cooperation, promote citizenship and show our children how to live together peacefully. (
  • The Dems think it would be bad for them politically if U.S. schools open before the November Election, but is important for the children & families, he continued. (
  • Those families must now scramble for a seat for their children in some school. (
  • A national survey of school nurses found that 40% knew children and staff adversely affected by indoor pollutants. (
  • In a memo to the UMass Medical School community, Chancellor Michael F. Collins and Dean Terence R. Flotte say racism is a public health crisis and outline changes underway at UMMS. (
  • In a video recorded on Monday, March 23, Chancellor Michael F. Collins is urging members of the UMass Medical School community to continue working closely together, even as many do their jobs from home. (
  • Holding public rallies and meeting privately with Mayor Bloomberg, Chancellor Joel Klein and their aides, we won an agreement that makes some major changes in the city's new plan to reorganize the school system. (
  • VA Central Western Massachusetts Healthcare System and UMass Medical School will build a new, community-based outpatient clinic for veterans, projected to open in 2021, on the campus of UMass Medical School in Worcester. (
  • The School Board welcomes comments from Fairfax County residents and believes that strong community engagement and outreach are important components of a successful school system. (
  • supporting international exchange among national schools of government and the policy-making community. (
  • U School accepts classes in grades 4 through 9 from schools in socially vulnerable areas within the Edmonton Area, Aboriginal (First Nations, Metis and Inuit) schools and from schools in the surrounding rural community. (
  • 4. What is a community school? (
  • Community Schools partner with local community agencies to provide an integrated focus on academics, health and social services, youth and community development, and community engagement. (
  • The Orange County School Board approved names Tuesday for three new schools slated to open in Horizon West, the fast-growing community in the county's southwest corner. (
  • This comprehensive model aims to create school and community climates of acceptance and inclusion. (
  • Supporters of private schools argue that they get good results because of superior teaching and management, not simply because they get the most able and privileged pupils. (
  • It is a group of four schools that offer undergraduate and graduate degree programs in the arts and sciences. (
  • The four schools house all of Ateneo de Manila's undergraduate, and a majority of its graduate, programs. (
  • Such programs are expected to provide leadership and networking arrangements to ensure the accelerated development of all the schools. (
  • There are many LPN Schools that offer various nursing Programs. (
  • of their nonfree programs to schools? (
  • At least 39 states and the District of Columbia have some type of policy to support farm-to-school programs. (
  • But the key to effective research is to figure out what you want out of a school or program (oh, and to make sure you fit the requirements of the programs you want). (
  • I applied to all of the top journalism programs in the U.S. and then some back up schools. (
  • The schools serve a wide variety of functions from officer training to overseeing national youth conscription programs. (
  • Dietetic schools offer specialized dietetic programs in the field of health and nutrition. (
  • Please use the form above to request admissions info for McCallie School. (
  • Business Schools ranking and tips on MBA admissions. (
  • Schoolforge-UK reports that Dover Grammar School is making good progress with their transition to GNU/Linux and (
  • Information about membership, resources, and magnet schools conferences are available from this page. (
  • In contrast, to teach a nonfree program is implanting dependence, which goes counter to the schools' social mission. (
  • Why Teach in a Turnaround School? (
  • The program focuses specifically on assisting school communities in the use of school grounds as learning sites for wildlife conservationand cross-curricular learning. (
  • Are you being investigated for any alleged misconduct or other alleged grounds for discipline by any school division or other organization? (
  • Raymond Blanc's cookery school, set in the magnificnet grounds of his 13th century manor house hotel and restaurant, comes a close second. (
  • The University of Massachusetts Medical School (UMMS) is a world-class research institution with a uniquely collaborative spirit, that consistently produces noteworthy advances in clinical and basic research. (
  • She demonstrates that, while Australian films about schooling have consistently commented on the relationship of schooling to the Australian class structure, they also increasingly explored gender, race and ethnicity at school, especially after the 1970s. (
  • Since 1974, the Gallup organization has gathered opinions about the public schools. (
  • Upcoming School Board meeting agendas can be found on BoardDocs . (
  • School Jotter is now the UK's most popular school website platform, and can be found in thousands of schools globally. (
  • We weren't even supposed to have one, it was just a puppy the Murdoch girl found under a Gristede's truck one day and she was afraid the truck would run over it when the driver had finished making his delivery, so she stuck it in her knapsack and brought it to school with her. (
  • A recent survey from the National School Boards Association found that most schools don't have policies regarding the use of social networking sites. (
  • They found no credible threat, but the school went into lockdown Thursday morning when a student told a classmate of bringing in a weapon for self defense. (
  • What I found there was that it was often other black kids who had gone to private schools who arrived at Vassar somewhat anxious about their identities and eager to evaluate everyone else's "blackness. (
  • South Lake was one of the six pilot schools when the free universal in-classroom breakfast program began. (
  • Find schools and get information on the program that's right for you. (
  • Information about Touro College school of public health, registering in a technical degree program to develop job skills, and taking free practice tests online. (
  • each school, in turn, is led by a Dean, who in turn oversees the department chairpersons and program directors. (
  • There are currently over 5,000 schools and counting that have been certified through this program. (
  • the school system can give a copy to every school, and each school can install the program in all its computers, with no obligation to pay for doing so. (
  • The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act also requires each school district participating in a federal food program to implement a local school wellness policy with nutrition and physical activity goals for all schools under its jurisdiction. (
  • The USDA has provided school food authorities participating in the National School Lunch Program $215 million in Equipment Assistance Grants since 2009, allowing recipients to purchase new kitchen equipment to provide healthier meals and meet new nutrition standards. (
  • Missouri Senate Bill 701, for example, created a statewide farm-to-school program within its agriculture department in 2014. (
  • Unless you're like Sadia, whose program placed her in a specific school , eventually you'll have to actually apply to the schools you research. (
  • Because the Indonesian IPM program was the first, the longest and largest Farmer Field School effort, it has attracted a variety of impact studies. (
  • Farmers concluded that program activities, including the Farmer Field School and additional follow-up activities, increased their opportunities for learning, gave a more balanced diet through agricultural diversification, increased the scope for on-farm work, improved living conditions, and enhanced self-regard and reduced discrimination. (
  • The GP-OML program is an initiative of the research school TRAIL and Beta combining the forces of OML-groups in the Netherlands to offer a joint program of PhD courses. (
  • The method of contacting the schools will depend on local organisation. (
  • As a consequence, increased local support was given to IPM in a number of instances, and several local policies were changed due to the efforts of Farmer Field School alumni. (
  • Today, Vice President Mike Pence led a discussion with the chief executives of approximately 50 States, territories, and the city of Washington, DC, and the White House Coronavirus Task Force to discuss local, State, and Federal COVID-19 response and best practices on safely reopening America's schools. (
  • [1] Currently the organisation charters ten schools serving expatriate communities in China , Russia , Malaysia , Myanmar , Philippines , Spain , Uzbekistan and Brazil . (
  • The what, why and how of charters schools. (
  • The Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine , a partnership between NTU and Imperial College London, will train a generation of doctors who will put patients at the centre of their exemplary medical care. (
  • Find hundreds of jobs for principals, assistant principals, and other school leadership roles. (
  • It was designed to recognize and support green school initiatives at the school and school district level and to aid them in adopting practices that will conserve natural resources, promote sustainability and reduce operating costs. (