Latest elementary school Stories
By Jessica Yadegaran It was the first message Marlee Wallingford ever received on Facebook. And it was a simple one: "Did you go to Salisbury Central School in 1968?" She did, in fact, attend that elementary school in Lakeville, Conn.
By Schmid, Richard F Miodrag, Nancy; Di Francesco, Nathalie Abstract This study involved the analysis of the complex interactions that take place between tutors and preschool children using a computer during early literacy tutoring sessions.
By JOHN SENA Choices narrowed down to nine By John Sena The New Mexican One of the first things visitors to Nava Elementary see is a lighted display case with a picture of Francis Xavier Nava. The school's namesake was the first Santa Fean killed in the Vietnam War.
By Miller, Kevin J Self-contained classrooms and resource rooms have been an important component of the continuum of placements available to students who are deaf or hard of hearing. However, these specialized classrooms have been closing in recent years.
By MEG HECKMAN The field of candidates for Concord's school board is eight deep after a last-minute rush to file yesterday afternoon. Six candidates are running for three, three-year seats.
By TOM KERTSCHER Germantown -- The School Board has taken the rare step of eliminating full-day kindergarten -- which is offered at all but a handful of school districts in Wisconsin -- as it prepares for the second time this year to present voters with a referendum for a new elementary school.
By Wang, Chuang Algozzine, Bob Abstract. Reading problems are among the most prevalent concerns in schools; poor readers in elementary school who do not receive special assistance are particularly at risk for dismal academic careers.
By ABE SELIG As details of the death of four-year-old Michael Kruchkov at the hands of his mother in Tel Aviv continued to surface on Wednesday, teachers and other educational staff spoke of their reactions to the shocking case and explained how they were handling the three recent apparent murders of toddlers by family members with their students.
ARLINGTON, Va., Sept.
sure signs of another school year As students in Bergen and Passaic counties file back to class this week with a potent mix of excitement, nervousness and dread and countless parents breathe a sigh of relief schools will be offering a host of new classes and amenities.