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Articles by Paul Katula
Communication between school officials and community members, in the name of “transparency,” often suffers from formality.
Public information sessions about new science and social studies learning standards are ongoing in Michigan, with a few more planned for this week.
A new study finds that schools following guidelines from the US Dept. of Ed. regarding bullying have lower levels of bullying.
Police in Northern Calif. foiled a plot by students to go on a shooting spree at their high school. No one was harmed, but 4 students were arrested.
It’s a tricky business to post lesson plans online. Who owns those lessons? Can you charge people money for access to those lessons?
A health program in Worcester Co., Md., takes aim at suicide among young people in the county, a tall order for a resort town.
Students at a marching band competition in North Carolina were injured this afternoon when a concrete awning collapsed on top of them.
A teachers’ strike started Thursday in East St Louis, IL, and people should get ready for a long, drawn-out fight over teacher salary.
CPS adjusted its graduation rates to account for dropouts who were incorrectly classified as students who transferred to another school.
When O’Fallon Township’s marching band won grand champion at a BOA regional, they did what no IL band had done in 14 years.
We find an abandonment of the American dream as companies send jobs overseas and as charter schools become corrupt.
Arne Duncan will resign in December as US secretary of education. The president could replace him with John King, formerly of N.Y.
Students play a role in an education campaign aimed at preventing heroin addiction, announced this morning by the lt. gov. of Md.
Our new address in Baltimore’s Harbor East area is in the Legg Mason Building, a landmark in a city that doesn’t deserve its bad rep.