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Bullying Gets the Boot in South Dakota Schools

Bullying once was viewed as a childhood rite of passage, but now it is recognized as having lifelong implications for physical and mental health. Since 2006, October has been designated National Bullying Prevention Month.

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Alaska school computer monitoring raises privacy concerns

An Alaska school district has introduced a new computer monitoring program prompting concerns over student privacy and data collection. The Juneau School District installed and launched the Bark program Sept. 13, Juneau Empire reported . An email was sent Sept.…

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Micro-School Network Expands Learning Options

Technology has the potential to decentralize K-12 education and make it more learner-directed, upending a top-down system in favor of individual autonomy and self-determination. But the technology can’t do this alone. It requires a learning environment that fosters creativity and…

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ducation Dept. to use SAT as high school assessment

The New Mexico Public Education Department announced Friday it has adopted the nonprofit College Board’s SAT as the state’s new official high school assessment. The moves comes as part of Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s effort to replace unpopular standardized exams…

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