BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) – Educators at Erwin Middle School have noticed the need for a curriculum to address the challenges young girls face. Last October, they created the Aerie Girl program and they are already seeing positive changes. Timberly Hill founders Junikka Howard, Latessa Dillard and Michelle Griffin coined theRead More →

More than half of Thursday night’s three-hour school committee meeting was devoted to the problem of dyslexia and the various programs offered by the district to address it, as well as other learning disabilities. During the public comment period, several mothers spoke about their children’s reading problems and frustrations andRead More →

Press release Doha, April 29: Karnataka Sangha Qatar handed over the Letter of Appreciation to DPS Monarch International School issued by Karnataka Development Authority, Government of Karnataka for starting Kannada as a second and third language subject in their school curriculum. During this meeting, the President and PrincipalRead More →

EASTHAMPTON – The school board calls Mayor Nicole LaChapelle’s controversial remarks to a student in a high school civics class ‘racist and unacceptable’, and her use of profanity at a school as an ‘unprofessional’ official , according to an email sent by the committee to parents and guardians on Wednesday.Read More →

Nearly 150 schools and 15 districts in Orange County have been announced as winners of a new state award celebrating innovative practices in the 2020-21 school year, when many California schools returned to in-person learning . The 2022 California Hub Practice Rewards Programor CAPP, was unveiled this year in placeRead More →

Middle school students in the Avondale Elementary School District continue to experience success through its accelerated high school program. As part of the accelerated program, students participate in high school algebra, band, choir and Spanish lessons in the supply school district, Agua Fria Union High School District. Participating institutions areRead More →

From August 2022, Regents International School Pattaya will be the only school in the region to offer students aged 16-19 the choice of studying either the International Baccalaureate Program (IBDP) or the A Level system. This gives students more flexibility in choosing the path best suited to lead to personalRead More →

By State House News Service | April 26, 2022, 12:30 p.m. EDT Printed from: By Meg McIntyreState House Press Service When Mattapoisett residents go to the polls in less than a month, their ballots will show two vacancies on the school board and no candidate to fill them. NoneRead More →

These American students, ranging from kindergarten through eighth grade, are learning all subjects, including math, science, and culture, in Mandarin Chinese, and speaking fluently by the time they graduate. Minneapolis’ Chinese-language immersion charter school, Yinghua Academy, hosted Chinese Ambassador to the United States Qin Gang and his delegation on Monday.Read More →

The Eagle-Independent has contacted the five candidates vying for two open school committee seats in the May 3 municipal election in Westford. The candidates are Marisol Garcia, Derek Lo, Meghan O’Connell, Betsy Kwon and Sean Kelly. Here, Garcia shares answers to Eagle-Independent’s candidate profile. NAME: Marisol Garcia OCCUPATION: Lawyer POSITIONRead More →

The school’s personalized pathways offer now includes aviation and STEM Students able to earn one year’s worth of US college credits DUBAI, United Arab Emirates: GEMS International School – Al Khail (GIS) has become the first school in the United Arab Emirates to partner with Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU), oneRead More →

Korea International School Board Supports Students Through College Applications and Beyond High school principal Aimmie Kellar at a graduation ceremony. (Korea International School) Korea International School offers comprehensive counseling with a focus on social-emotional growth and academic development that guides high school students through the challenges of their teenage yearsRead More →

High school principal Aimmie Kellar at a graduation ceremony. (Korea International School) Korea International School offers comprehensive counseling with a focus on social-emotional growth and academic development that guides high school students through the challenges of their teenage years to help them through the college application process. High school principalRead More →

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Parents at the Midwest’s only international school said Saturday a new school building is well worth the wait. When Monica Morrissey graduated from the International School of Indiana in 2004 as part of her first class, she attended elementary-age classes in a building near the Butler UniversityRead More →

Called ‘200 Automotive Technology – Advanced Tuning’, the new 14-week program teaches high-level tuning through a balanced program of hands-on lab learning and instructor-led lecture sessions. Covering everything from advanced engine dynamics and OEM system strategies to data analysis and aftermarket engine tuning, the new course builds on Hennessey’s “100Read More →

Between 400 and 500 Ukrainian students returned to school in Luxembourg on the first day after the Easter holidays. Before the holidays, around forty students were enrolled in primary and secondary education at the Michel Lucius International School. This week, around 60 more people will join them. The International SchoolRead More →

That’s not exactly what people think of when they hear about the school department’s open-door policy, and school board member Paul A. Magliocchetti wants it to stay that way. Magliocchetti revealed a confidentiality issue last Thursday after he and Vice President Toni Sapienza-Donais visited John C. Tilton School in HaverhillRead More →

TEWKSBURY – Four finalists for the post of superintendent of Tewksbury Public Schools have been selected to replace former superintendent Chris Malone, who retired earlier this year. In addition to assistant superintendent Brenda Theriault-Regan, who currently serves as acting superintendent, the other finalists are Brent Conway, assistant superintendent of theRead More →

Former Mayor Michael Bloomberg will donate millions of dollars to charter schools across the city to create a summer school program to help students overcome educational challenges resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. Bloomberg’s philanthropic organization will fund the bulk of a $50 million initiative that aims to pay state-funded butRead More →

Phuket, Thailand, April 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — British International School phuket (BISP) and from Brazil Cruzeiro Sports Club have decided to extend their successful partnership until 2023, eight years after their first collaboration. Extension comes next BISP wins international competitions and its players are recognized by international clubs and well-establishedRead More →

EASTHAMPTON — The school board intends to investigate an alleged racist interaction between Mayor Nicole LaChapelle and a high school student enrolled in Easthampton’s We the People civics course. At the April 12 school committee meeting, member Megan Harvey said the committee received a letter from Shawn Sheehan, a highRead More →

To address issues related to system management, operational efficiency, and power consumption, Nexus deployed ViewSonic’s myViewBoard Manager, a web-based system management dashboard that helps school IT departments manage their network screens. With myViewBoard Manager, administrators can centralize device control of their institutions remotely and receive device metrics and insights forRead More →

Samsung introduced its new flagship global citizenship program Samsung Smart School in Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya (JNV) schools across the country. Part of Samsung’s vision of “Together for tomorrow!” Enabling People’, aims to nurture the young leaders of tomorrow by enabling disadvantaged Indian students to access the benefits of digital education.Read More →

AUSTIN, TX, April 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The National Alliance of Insurance Education & Research welcomes Noelle Codispoti as IRB’s High School Program Director. The Certified Insurance Service Representative (CISR) High School Program enables students to earn a nationally recognized industrial designation before graduating, providing them with vital pre-career exposureRead More →

The Student-Led Social Entrepreneurship Committee of the UA Clinton School of Public Service will host a panel discussion titled “Building Better Communities Through Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship” on Thursday, April 21, at CALS Rock It ! Laboratory in downtown Little Rock. The event will be available to attend in personRead More →