Athletes from around the world are training for the 2012 Summer Olympic Games so they can prove that they are the best. At the end of their games / matches / races, the winners will stand on platforms and be Continue reading
An early college high school with a technical focus is getting some of the credit for helping make a town more high-tech. As part of their Made in America series, ABC news highlighted the transformation occurring in Malta, New York. Continue reading
In yesterday’s Cleveland Plain Dealer article entitled “Ohio’s education leaders want to overhaul 12th grade so students are ready for college, training”, Ohio’s Superintendent of Public Instruction and Board of Regents Chancellor challenged school leaders to reinvent the senior year Continue reading
As Ohio’s economy continues to lag, everyone is looking for ideas to turn things around. Many are looking to education reform, as educational attainment and economic development are closely and necessarily aligned. One successful approach that may just be an Continue reading
This is Early College High School Week, when communities all over America celebrate educational achievements that defy conventional wisdom: high school students, many of them economically disadvantaged or the first in their family to go to college, earning significant college credits – some even obtaining associate degrees.
This week is Early College High School Week, a celebration of schools like EDWorks Fast Track schools that offer students an opportunity to earn college credit while still in high school. Throughout this week we’ll be highlighting EDWorks Fast Track Continue reading
This week is Early College High School Week, a celebration of schools like EDWorks Fast Track schools that offer high school students an opportunity to earn college credit while still in high school. Throughout this week we’ll be highlighting EDWorks Fast Track Continue reading
Is high school tough enough? That’s what a new report from the Center for Public Education, an initiative of the National School Boards Association, is asking. Report authors Chuck Dervarics and Eileen O’Brien, independent education researchers, looked into the rigor Continue reading