If you’re a public school student, and you aren’t reading at grade level, have you been denied an education?
Survey numbers suggest the complaints teachers have about the job they do aren’t unique to their profession.
A student is ordered to perform community service after his family cheered too loudly at his high school graduation.
A story out of Texas has us wondering where the line is between the letter of the law and common sense.
There are lots of humbling aspects of being a parent of a teenager. Among them, is the uneasy realization that they are getting smarter than you. Proof of that comes to me daily in the SAT Question of the Day. With my son starting to look at schools and getting ready for the ACT, I’ve Read more →
Gopi Ramanathan of Sartell made it to the finals of the National Geographic Bee, competing this morning with the top 10 finalists left from several million mostly middle-aged middle school-aged kids who competed in local and regional bees across the country for the chance at a $25,000 college scholarship and a trip to the Galápagos Read more →
The National Geographic Bee is hands-down the best of the student academic competitions. The 2012 national finals start today — and our guy is in it. By our guy, I mean Gopi Ramanathan from Sartell. I’ve covered lots of student academic competitions over the years but the state geographic bee was always my favorite. These Read more →
I have lots of sympathy for high school principals this time of year. You know you’re going to have to deal with some kind of senior prank. The only questions are how bad will it be and how do you react? Often, it’s easy. Break the law or damage property and there’s no question teens Read more →
Many employers say they can’t find workers with the right skills even though there are plenty of people looking for jobs. Long-term unemployment remains a problem, and recent college graduates are joining the ranks of the unemployed or underemployed. So what’s the problem?
Bummed by the high cost of education? Perhaps the answer is a college education, that doesn’t require you to go through nonsense of being ‘accepted’ by a higher institution.
Xiang Yuncui, 57, carries her granddaughter, Tan, to school every day.
There’s long been a love-hate relationship between law schools and U.S. News rankings.
Two vastly different items in the news in locations 800 miles apart have both led to the same question: Where does parental responsibility start and stop in matters of school life?
A proposal for state taxpayers to build a school in a southeast Minnesota community could spawn some of the most cantankerous debate we’ve seen in awhile.
The news today is filled with head-scratching stories from the world of schools.