Do you sometimes wonder what some of the Acronyms in special education mean? Do the acronyms make your head spin? This article will discuss common special education acronyms and what they mean. This will make it easier for you to actively participate in your child with disabilities education. 1. FAPE: stands for Free Appropriate Public…

Reading School District works to improve special education
| Dr. Khalid Mumin, superintendent of the Reading School District Monday July 24, 2017 12:01 AM It has hired the Chester County Intermediate Unit to oversee a more consistent approach. A Reading Eagle subscription is required for unlimited access to readingeagle.com Source link قالب وردپرس…

In the wake of recent government regulatory acts aimed at improving teaching standards, schools are focusing more and more on professional development for teachers. School districts are concerned with how teachers can most effectively help their students learn. In particular, teaching reading is one of the major priorities of schools – literacy is the basis…

Lottery sends $18.9 million to education in first transfer
MISSOURI (KFVS) - The Missouri Lottery made its first transfer of fiscal year 2018 July 14th by sending $18.9 million in profits to public education. The July transfer of $18,940,088 is based on sales in June. Since Missouri Lottery sales started in 1986, the Lottery has generated more than $5.7 billion for the state and…

Evaluation is an essential component of the education system. Evaluation helps in analysing one’s own understanding of the subjects by the students. Evaluation systems are also given a fresh new look. The old traditional system of allocation of marks has been uprooted and replaced by the modern grading system. CBSE (Central Board OF Secondary Education)…

Extreme Commuting and Online Education
How long is your commute? Do you think that educators involved in online education think differently about commuting – including telecommuting? Might the growing reach and acceptance of distance learning change how we think about commuting? I’ve been thinking about the relationship between commuting and online education after reading an article in this past Sunday’s NYTimes…

Christian schools are a type of private school specifically catered to people of the Christian religion and because of this there are great debates on their pros and cons. Christian schools offer a wide range of pros including the teaching of Christian morals, ethics and knowledge of the Bible; they also have high standards of…