STAFF BLOG NIE ROCKS! Helping Kids Understand Pearl Harbor Day
December 7 is Pearl Harbor Day. Here is a great resource guide I found on the http://www.nps.govwebsite. Itwas especially designed to help younger kids learn about Pearl Harbor and was published by t... Posted on 12/6/13 at 3:46 PM
THE NEW FORTY Take a seat good citizens...
I do not know Jim Jonas personally, I only know of him. Jonas is the West Fargo High School coach who was recently told he had to resign or face additional punitive action in regard to another coachin... Posted on 11/20/13 at 8:12 PM
4 MY FUTURE: CAREER AND CHARACTER EDUCATION Reauthorization of Carl Perkins CTE Act...
The Carl D. Perkins Career & Technical Education Act, first authorized in 1984 and most recently reauthorized in 2006, provides federal funding and support for Career & Technical Education pro... Posted on 10/9/13 at 9:03 AM
UND’s student government is offering President Robert Kelley student funds for a construction project if he agreed to limit tuition increases next school year to what’s already authorized by the state.
Black students who attend Minneapolis Public Schools are being suspended at a much higher rate than their white peers, causing district leaders to re-examine the standard they use for removing students from the classroom.
In school lunchrooms across the state, more kids are in need a free meal.
New data from the Minnesota Department of Education show the number of students on free or reduced price lunch rose 3.8 percent over last year.
The North Dakota Legislature is approaching its midsession break in a couple of weeks and lawmakers are busy introducing and finishing voting on bills in their respective chambers. And many of the major spending bills are still being considered this week in House and Senate appropriations committees as the session heads to "crossover."
On the Friday before a long Presidents Day weekend last year, North Dakota State University freshman Shannon Nelson helped roommate Danielle Renninger pack her bags and lug them downstairs to where their suitemates were waiting. Three days later, on Feb. 20, 2012, the girls were killed in a three-vehicle crash west of Alexandria, Minn., on Interstate 94.
“Crush(ed),” a UND student-run show that weaves songs, dances and scenes, opened at 7:30 p.m. Thursday and will run through Feb. 16 at UND’s Burtness Lab Theatre in Grand Forks. Admission is $5, and student admission is free.
As technology evolves, so do the ways children learn in and out of the classroom. With constantly changing tools and trends, teachers can do more to stay up-to-date to help children thrive. It is important that parents understand what these changes mean so their children can maintain a competitive edge.
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