Harmony School of Innovation -Sugar Land Senior, Anjali Agrawal has been nominated as a candidate for the 2022 US Presidential Fellowship Program. [CREDIT: Harmony Public Schools] A Harmony School of Innovation – Sugar Land senior, Anjali Agrawal has been named one of more than 4,000 applicants for the 2022 USRead More →

New system will help eliminate learner double counting or learner inflation The Ministry of Education and Sports on Tuesday launched the new Education Management Information System (EMIS) to help track all learner information in educational institutions across the country. The new system was launched at the sector review meeting, chairedRead More →

Charles County Public Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) are distributing individual reports this week to students who took the i-Ready program assessments earlier this fall. The reports will be sent home with the students this week starting Wednesday December 1st. The students who have taken the i-Ready assessments are asRead 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 →

New study by University of Arkansas and Western Carolina University researchers finds that Democrat-backed budget bill pending in Congress would reduce, on average, $ 1,131 per student in school resources chartered. The exact amount of the budget reduction depends on how House Resolution 4502 – if adopted in its currentRead More →

New Delhi: Teachers believe the way students are taught and assessed in schools will need to be changed in the post-Covid era, according to a study from Azim Premji University. The study, titled “Open Schools, Emphasis on Recovering Lost Learning: The Clear Voice of Teachers,” is based on responses fromRead More →

According to the release, three STAAR tests were affected by the connectivity issues, including writing in fourth grade, writing in seventh grade, and English I. (Courtesy of Adobe Stock) As a result of connectivity issues with the State of Texas Assessments Online Test Platform for Teacher Readiness that disrupted testingRead More →

OKLAHOMA CITY – A controversial bill that attempts to exorcise “ghost students” from the state’s school funding formula advanced in the state Senate on Wednesday despite bipartisan opposition. Governor Kevin Stitt promulgated it a few hours later. State Senator Zack Taylor, R-Seminole, said the current law bases the district’s initialRead 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 →

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — The federal government is now providing guidance to state educators on standardized testing, and Indiana is making changes due to the pandemic. The Indiana Department of Education said the assessment tests will take place this spring in an extended period. The state makes it clear that itsRead More →

ADRIAN – Principals can breathe a sigh of relief, as student funding will not take the blow that was once expected. Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed a Budget of $ 62.7 billion On Wednesday, that includes $ 8,111 per student and an additional one-time investment for schools, equivalent to about $Read More →

WILLMAR — Ridgewater College has received a five-year, $1.37 million extension of a federal grant for TRIO Student Support Services. The U.S. Department of Education grant will be used by TRIO to work with low-income students, first-generation students, and students with disabilities. The grant is 3.5% higher than the program’sRead More →