WEST — The school board will consider asking the state General Assembly to extend two of six temporary bonuses available for school construction and renovation projects that meet goals set out in state law. A proposed resolution to be considered by the school committee at its Jan. 5 meeting asksRead More →

WILMINGTON — For the school committee meeting last Wednesday evening, Wilmington High School Principal Linda Peters, along with several curriculum team leaders, presented the WHS curriculum review. Superintendent Dr. Glenn Brand began by relating the presentation to the Superintendent’s objective for the program review. He explained that this would beRead More →

FRAMINGHAM – Framingham Schools Superintendent Bob Tremblay announced today, December 20, that he has selected Tiffany Lillie as Assistant Superintendent for Equity, Diversity and Community Engagement for Framingham Public Schools . Nomination still requires a vote of the Framingham School Board, made up of 9 elected members. This vote willRead More →

The Montgomery International School Brussels (L’Ecole Internationale Montgomery, EIM) is a fully accredited IB school (PP – MYP – DP) in the very center of Brussels, a short walk from the European Commission, NATO and various centers of ‘business. image copyrightMontgomery International School The Montgomery International School Brussels welcomes childrenRead More →

Public domain The Brookline School Committee (BSC) has responded to recent work-to-rule action by the Brookline Educators Union (BEU) via a public statement. On December 17, the Brookline School Committee (BSC) released a public response to the recent work-to-rule action of the Brookline Educators Union (BEU) which began on DecemberRead More →

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — A black student at the International School of Indiana says she suffered a series of racial clashes with other students at the school. “A meme sent to me (showed) a photo of someone holding a cotton plant and underneath was (the words) ‘When you ask a blackRead More →

Some families affected by the closures expressed concern this fall about the district’s lack of effort to minimize disruption to their students. Administrators allayed some fears earlier this month by approving the addition of new sixth-grade cohorts at three elementary schools, Sumner, Blackstone and Mendell, where fifth-grade graduates have longRead More →

Project description How can school design foster developmentally appropriate social independence in secondary school students, ensuring they are inspired to take initiative for their own learning and to think beyond themselves? even as they become citizens of the world? The French American International School (FAIS) has started to think aboutRead More →

Elli Miles, the daughter of Maria Bartini and Ronald Miles of Clarksburg, was named this year’s recipient of the Certificate of Academic Excellence from the Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents. Superintendent Barbara Malkas presents Elli Miles with the Certificate of Excellence. Malkas reads the story of outgoing members, Mayor ThomasRead More →

Elina Tsalyn is majoring in early childhood education with a 3rd-grade pre-kindergarten license at Eastern New Mexico University and plans to teach an elementary school after graduating in the fall. 2022. Elina was born and raised in Ukraine, where she lived with her mother and three brothers until 2015, whenRead More →

Queen’s lawmakers joined parents, teachers, alumni and students outside the United Nations International School (UNIS) in Jamaica for a rally on Friday, December 10. calling on UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres to suspend the decision to close the school. The school, located at 173-53 Croydon Rd., is facing closure afterRead More →

WILMINGTON — At the school committee meeting last Wednesday night, they received updates on high school events, COVID-19 and the year-end report, among other hot topics. Wilmington High School Angelyn Ciampa opened with a high school update. She described the NEASC tour and National Honor Society students and mentorship programRead More →

ROCKLAND – Penobscot Bay Language School announces a pre-opening fundraising event with Rockland’s newest West African restaurant, Me Lon Togo Rockland. The Cultural Dinner will take place on Friday, December 17, 2021 at 5:30 p.m. The event will take place at Me Lon Togo’s new Rockland location at 10 LelandRead More →

Kashmir’s only information office Srinagar, December 6: While condemning the objectionable content of a book published by a New Delhi-based publisher, the Private Schools Association of Jammu and Kashmir (PSAJK) today constituted an autonomous academic committee of seven members led by Khurshid Bismil. The committee will consist of three membersRead More →

Students at the German International School Chicago (GISC) benefit from much more than learning to speak, read and write German. Fluency in another language enhances overall cognitive abilities and understanding of the world, making these students true global citizens. “It’s not just about learning another language; bilingualism itself is aRead More →

Last month, nearly 80% of Boston voters backed a nonbinding referendum asking voters to elect their school board members. Parents, students, advocates and city councilors began imagining on Monday what it would look like, how many members should be elected and from where. “There is a desire for the schoolRead More →

WORCESTER — The school committee agreed on Thursday to consider adding Chromebooks issued by students in the district to an existing policy requiring students to take care of school property. But most members were unwilling to draw up a special contract with parents holding them responsible for maintaining the $300Read More →