Experimental Sites for Dual EnrollmentNext week, the Department of Education will publish a Federal Register notice inviting universities to apply to participate in an experiment to allow high schools students to use Pell Grant funding for their dual enrollment courses. This experiment will be the third experiment announced this year as part of the Experimental Sites Initiative from the Department of Education, which aims to test the effectiveness of statutory and regulatory flexibility for participating institutions disbursing Title IV student aid. The Department expects that this experimental site will benefit up to 10,000 low-income high school students who will be able to take college courses while they are in high school but will not have to pay out-of-pocket for the courses. Colleges must apply in with a public secondary school or local education agency as their partner. The Department will be looking for schools that require high school students to take courses that … [Read more...] about Speaker Ryan’s Education Outlook; CTE Reauthorization; Department Publishes Cash Management/REPAYE Final Rules
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Declining enrollment and high pension costs led to a $16 million budget shortfall last spring, resulting in contentious salary negotiations with the Evergreen Teachers Association. The board also engaged in heated debate with the teachers and the community over whether class sizes should be increased and whether two neighborhood schools should be closed. Evergreen teachers, who received 12.25 percent salary increases in recent years, earn an average salary of more than $95,000. But younger teachers in particular still struggle to afford the region’s high housing costs. … [Read more...] about Editorial: Pick Zito, Hanson and Venkatraman to Evergreen school board
T. Keung Hui has covered K-12 education for the News & Observer since 1999, helping parents, students, school employees and the community understand the vital role education plays in North Carolina. His primary focus is Wake County, but he also covers statewide education issues. … [Read more...] about NC schools chief opposes May 1 teacher rally. He says protest should be on a non-school day.
Public complaints about shoddy concrete work prompted a Times investigation as well as the attention of then U.S. Attorney Joseph Van Bokkelen and his assistant David Capp. They directed a federal investigation that resulted in 2003 indictments that eventually led to the convictions of seven elected officials, a number of private contractors. … [Read more...] about Former high ranking Lake County police commander Daniel Murchek is indicted in the towing bribery scandal
No. Description of Specific Activities Date and Day 1 Date of Issue of First Admission Notification 25thDecember, 2014 (Thursday) 2 Starting date for submission of online application form 1st January, 2015 (Thursday) 3 Last date for submission of filled-in online application form 31th March, 2015 (Tuesday) by 11.59 P.M. 4 Download of Admit Cards/Hall Tickets From 15th April, 2015 (Wednesday) 5 Date of CLAT Online examination -2015 10thMay, 2015 (Sunday) 6 Declaration of results i.e. issue of Merit List (Category-wise) along with the notice to the candidates for indicating their choices of University preferences using online candidate portal. 20th May, 2015 (Wednesday) 7 Dates for indicating University-wise preference 21st-25th May, 2015 (Thursday – Monday) … [Read more...] about Common Law Admission Test 2015 will be on 10th May 2015; All you want to know about CLAT 2015