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15 Feb 20 - Education News

Sacramento school named best in state for STEM education
A Sacramento school was named one of the best in California for science, technology, engineering and math education. Country Day School was celebrated for how it teaches STEM subjects. The school is not only preparing students for studying these fields in college,
Salary battle prompts new questions about privacy rules for Dalio education partnership
A proposal to pay the leader of Connecticuts new education partnership more than $300,000 has created a division on the board and raised new questions about the programs exemption from disclosure and ethics rules. Three of the four legislative leaders who serve on the Partnership for Connecticut board are questioning whether the ...
"Fund our Schools": Education advocates rally on Harrisonburg bridge
On Friday night, education advocates with "Virginia Educators United" rallied on the Port Republic overpass above I-81, holding lighted signs reading "Fund our schools."
Analysis: Trump places a big bet on career and technical education
President Donald Trump has proposed one of the largest increases in funding for career and technical education in recent history. As a education policy researcher who studies the economic and employment impact of career and technical education in high school, I believe this proposal has a lot of potential to open up new job opportunities ...
Van Alstyne Education Foundations Denim & Diamonds Gala a night to remember
For those who attended, it was a night to remember. For local students, it may have been a night that made their future just a bit brighter. The Van Alstyne Education Foundation (VAEF) hosted its seventh annual Denim and Diamonds Gala Thursday. It was an evening of fun, food and games in support of local schools. The gala is our biggest fund ...
Learning language from elders and talking to tech: What Education Lab is reading this week
More than 40,000 students statewide were homeless during the 2017-18 school year, according to Washingtons Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction. That population is growing across the country. This week, Ed Lab is reading more about student homelessness as well as teaching new tech and ancient languages. Want these stories in your ...
Education Department Investigating Harvard, Yale Over Foreign Funding
The Education Department opened investigations into Harvard and Yale as part of a continuing review that it says has found U.S. universities failed to report at least $6.5 billion in foreign funding from countries such as China and Saudi Arabia.
Sen. Nunn: spending education dollars wisely
The Iowa Senate education budget proves how pragmatic investment empowers Iowa schools and communities. On track to pass in under 30 days, the budget accomplishes our promise of reliable and sustainable investment while empowering our schools to use funding in ways that best fit the needs of their communities.
Education Department probes foreign gifts to Yale, Harvard
NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- The U.S. Education Department is investigating foreign gifts made to Harvard and Yale as part of a broader review of international money flowing to American universities, officials said. The department said Wednesday it is reviewing whether the Ivy League schools potentially failed to report hundreds of millions of dollars ...
Education ministers pull plug on 5,000 post-GCSE qualifications
More than 5,000 qualifications in England studied by few or, in some cases, no students are being scrapped. The Department for Education is pulling funding from about 40% of the 12,000 post-16 qualifications as it prepares to introduce new T-levels in September. T-levels are post-GCSE courses, equivalent to three A-levels, developed in ...

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