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New Admission Requirements May Lead To Teacher Shortage
Some states are experiencing a shortage of teachers in the areas of math and science. While it is not uncommon for a shortage of teachers to exist ...

Education the Focus of President Obama's 2015 Budget
Unveiling his 2015 budget proposal at Powell elementary school in Washington, President Obama explained that education budget would be a primary fo...

Report: Rethinking Principal Evals
While the fight for teacher evaluations continues, a new report by the National Association of Elementary Principals (NAESP) and the National Assoc...

Top 10 Online Public Service Degrees
Earning an Online Degree Many careers in public service require a bachelor's or higher degree, and even professionals in occupations that do not re...

Coursera Adds PD Courses for Teachers
Just two days ago Coursera announced that it has partnered with seven schools of education plus several additional organizations that will offer fr...

How to Become a Police Chief
A police chief is the highest-ranking position within a police department, and the title is often seen as a symbol of power, respect, and stature w...

Top Paying Jobs Without a Degree
According to a recent report from the Georgetown University Center of Education and the Workforce and Civic Enterprises, postsecondary education an...

Study: HS Grad. Rate Approaches High Point
After a period of solid declines and stagnation, a new report shows the national high school graduation rate has posted a solid gain for the first ...

NCLB Overhaul Bills Introduced by Congress
With nearly every state receiving No Child Left Behind waivers from the federal government, Congress has now introduced multiple bills with differi...

More College Graduates Than Ever: We Need More
The number of college graduates is at an all-time high. A recent report published by the Lumina Foundation found that Americans with two- and four-...

Study: U.S. Spends Big on Ed., and Lacks Results
A new report by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development analyzed the educational and economic trends of several dozen nations, fi...

USDA Releases New Rules for School Snacks
Sports drinks and candy bars could be a thing of the past for many schools across the country as the USDA announced that schools will have to compl...

DOE Secretary Defends Common Core Standards
Over the past decade, nearly every state has pledged to adopt Common Core standards and implement them into their curriculum. However, as these sta...

Students Prep for the New SAT and ACT
More high school students trying to prepare for college admissions are now taking both the ACT and SAT to improve their chances rather than taking ...

Study: Do Anti-Bullying Programs Enable Bullies?
One of the biggest movements in schools over the past few decades has been the anti-bullying movement. Teachers and educators have been quick to ju...

Teach For America to Offer More Teacher Training
After years of criticism, Teach for America has decided to implement extra teacher training for candidates moving out into the field. Matt Kramer,...

CDC Reports Autism Rates Are On The Rise
A new report from the Centers for Disease control shows that diagnoses of disorders on the autism spectrum have risen in select groups of children ...

Report: Minority Students Often Get Less Effective Teachers
Studies have long shown the disparity among the achievement levels between low-income students and students in more affluent areas. However, a new ...

Juvenile Justice Systems Fail to Adequately Educate Youth
A new study from the Southern Education Foundation shows that students within the juvenile justice system around the country are struggling to keep...

U.S. Graduation Rates Hit Historic High
For the first time in history, the U.S. graduation rate has risen above 80 percent according to a study called 2014 Building a GradNation: Progress...

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