DENVER, March 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Today, the Child Safety Network™ (“CSN”), America’s leading child and youth safety organization for more than 30 years, publicly announced the winners of the 2022 Colorado Student Protection Award. The awards were presented last Thursday at the Colorado Association of School Boards Winter LegislativeRead More →

Dr. Leona Lopez, director of Veterans and Military Student Services, recalls trying to navigate college as a first-generation Latinx student at Colorado State University Pueblo and then the University of southern Colorado. Without a strong support system, she made decisions that set her back in her studies. She didn’t likeRead More →

The debate over whether President Biden can and should write off trillions in student loan debt is heating up, now that his legislative agenda appears to be running out of steam. Congressional Republicans are already lining up to oppose any further measures to relieve federally-backed student debt borrowers, Rep. VirginiaRead More →

Editor’s Note: This is breaking news and will be updated as the new university receives additional information and quotes. An anonymous student within the ASUCI Student Services Office provided New University Ma’s full resignation letter, which is referenced throughout the article. A fourth-year double major in political science and ChineseRead More →

BETHLEHEM, Pa. — The Bethlehem Area School Board on Monday recognized and honored the district’s outgoing Director of Student Services and Minority Affairs, Vivian Robledo. After 23 years serving Bethlehem Public Schools, Robledo will retire from the district and head to a new position as Executive Director of The NextRead More →

WAUPUN – Wendi Dawson, Director of Student Services for the Waupun Area School District, received the Administrator of the Year award from the Wisconsin Council of Special Services Administrators. It is the highest honor of the group. As part of the appointment process, she received letters of support from herRead More →

WAUPUN — Wendi Dawson, director of student services for the Waupun Area School District, received the Administrator of the Year award from the Wisconsin Board of Special Services Administrators. It is the group’s highest honor. As part of the nomination process, she received letters of support from her superintendent, co-workersRead More →

Albert Lea’s school board heard presentations on World’s Best Workforce program on Monday as well as data from the most recent MCA tests. In showcasing the world’s best workforce, Mary Jo Dorman, Executive Director of Teaching and Learning, and Julie Eaton, Coordinator of Teaching and Learning, presented the board withRead More →

Russ Baldwin | Sep 07, 2021 | Comments 0 (LAMAR, Colorado) – Lamar Community College (LCC) is pleased to announce the hiring of Dr. Janet Steinkamp as Acting Vice President of University and Student Services. Steinkamp will hold the position while the college conducts its national search for someone toRead More →

WWe have heard the assertion time and time again: Charters are a form of specialized education that may not be able to meet the needs of large segments of the population, some people say. These critics claim that while public charter schools might be able to achieve good results byRead More →

Conducting “equity-conscious evaluation” is the focus of a new report by the National Institute for the Assessment of Learning Outcomes (NILOA) which examines existing practices and recommends changes to meet the needs of an increasingly diverse student population. The month of January 2020 report“A New Decade for Assessment: Embedding EquityRead More →

The La Cañada Unified School District has outdone itself once again, continuing to improve its academic performance and overtaking other high-performing local school districts to top the state’s rankings in English and finish second in math, according to test results released this week by the California Department. education.California Assessment ofRead More →

The painful art of cutting a college or university’s budget—often in an effort to protect core academic programs while choosing which support services to cut—may have become a little more difficult. A forthcoming working paper by Cornell University graduate student Douglas Webber and Ronald Ehrenberg, director of the Cornell HigherRead More →