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A few days of snow after the nine-day teachers' strike, the Tumwater School plans to return near July

by Keith Eldridge / KOMO News Tumwater cancels classes Thursday after missing 9 days of teachers' strike Some school districts have already canceled classes Thursday in the snow and ice, including Tumwater, which faces a particular challenge because they have… Continue Reading →

Broken Arrow will change the high school configuration with career plans

Broken Arrow Will Change High School Configuration With Career Plans (KTUL) TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) – Broken Arrow Public Schools has modified its high school curriculum to reduce overcrowding and improve student success. At present, there are 3,700 students in the… Continue Reading →

The Archdiocese plans to close St. Brigid's School with $ 1.5 million remaining and parents' smoke

A decade after an anonymous angel donated $ 20 million to save St. Brigid's Catholic Church and School in East Village, angry parents want to know what happened to the money for 'education. Parents were shocked last week when the… Continue Reading →

All you need to know about 529 education savings plans

When considering a 529 plan, the first thing to know is that these plans come in two versions: "college pre-payment plans" and "education savings plans." But one of the benefits of both types of plans is that they are open… Continue Reading →

The director of Marysville School plans to speak less and listen more & # 39;

MARYSVILLE – The first time Jason Thompson was superintendent of school, in the small neighborhood of Newport, his neighborhood was so small that he could get from his office to elementary school. Now he has to get in a car,… Continue Reading →

Currituck Plans Long Term Solutions for School Funding

CURRITUCK – Currituck commissioners and school council members still have miles to go before reaching an agreement on whether county schools need more local funding. However, the Council of Commissioners and the Board of Education have agreed on a mechanism… Continue Reading →

DISD Council Plans to Create Schools for Talented and Talented Students in South Dallas

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Two elementary schools in South Dallas have been chosen to become the region's first independent schools for talented and gifted students, provided the DISD board agrees. "We work in this neighborhood, we play in this neighborhood, we… Continue Reading →

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