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Why graduate students leave without finishing

Why do half of doctoral students leave graduate school without finishing?

July 20, 2016 | Megan McNulty Deseret News | Education


New study sheds light on girls' resilience and the academic gender gap

Girls may be just tougher than boys. That's one way to interpret a new study on the life outcomes of kindergartners who had behavioral difficulties as young children.

July 18, 2016 | Eric Schulzke Deseret News | Education


Lead continues to stir troubled drinking waters schools from coast to coast

From Baltimore and Newark to Chicago and Portland, Oregon, lead in school water is worrying parents and sparking testing initiatives. The bottled water industry isn't hurting either.

July 18, 2016 | Eric Schulzke Deseret News | Education


The power of introverted students

Attention has been brought to recent cultural disparities regarding introverts — and teachers may not fully understand the capabilities of introverted students.

July 18, 2016 | Megan McNulty Deseret News | Education


K-State Family of the Year application

The Chimes Junior Honorary is seeking applications for the "Family of the Year" program, which recognizes families who have demonstrated their dedication to the K-State community and carry on the Wildcat legacy.

July 16, 2016 | Tribune Staff | Education


What to look for in a high-quality preschool

When enrolling a child in preschool, there are multiple factors to consider to ensure the best early learning experience possible.

July 16, 2016 | Megan McNulty Deseret News | Education


The newest rising star in education is a country you may have trouble finding on a map

The rising star in education innovation may be Estonia. And according to the Hechinger report, it gets its momentum not by ignoring struggling students at the bottom of the curve but by pulling them along.

July 13, 2016 | Eric Schulzke Deseret News | Education


What the data tell us about being in a kid in America

The best state to be a kid is Minnesota, followed by Massachusetts and Iowa, according to the 2016 Kids Count Data Book compiled by the Annie E. Casey Foundation. The worst state to be a kid is Mississippi, followed by New Mexico and Louisiana.

July 13, 2016 | Eric Schulzke Deseret News | Education


Boarding charter school tallies weak results, but critic says test scores tell us nothing

When kids struggle with poverty and neglect at home, can they get a boost at a boarding school? According to a new study of a prominent effort in the nation's capital, the answer is … maybe not.

July 13, 2016 | Eric Schulzke Deseret News | Education


Drunkorexia: a new fad on college campuses?

A survey conducted by a psychology professor at the University of Houston suggests alcohol may govern college campus life even more than most people suppose, and it may be affecting the way students eat.

July 13, 2016 | Eric Schulzke Deseret News | Education


Newman University honors 2016 graduates

The Newman University Spring 2016 Undergraduate and Graduate Commencement ceremonies were held on May 14 at Central Community Church. The Undergraduate ceremony was held at 10 a.m. The Graduate ceremony was held at 3 p.m. A total of 258 graduates were recognized.

July 09, 2016 | Tribune Staff | Education


5 jobs with huge pay gaps across the country

Same job, but different pay.

July 07, 2016 | Megan McNulty Deseret News | Education


How teachers will benefit from Amazon Inspire: The new online education resources platform

This week, Amazon announced the release of a new online education platform, Amazon Inspire.

July 06, 2016 | Megan McNulty Deseret News | Education


New Missouri law requires dyslexia screenings and teacher training on the reading disorder

Missouri students will now be screened for dyslexia under a new law signed by Gov. Jay Nixon. Teachers will now also be required to take two hours of training on recognizing and dealing with dyslexia.

July 06, 2016 | Eric Schulzke Deseret News | Education


Milwaukee dumps well-intentioned but widely panned police-in-the-classroom program

Milwaukee has thought better of a program designed by the city's police department to familiarize teenagers with police practices, improve rapport with the community, and reduce the odds of violent confrontations, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported.

July 05, 2016 | Eric Schulzke Deseret News | Education


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KMTA District 5 Auditions

Kansas Music Teachers Association, a state-wide organization of private music instructors, held District 5 Auditions on Oct. 7 at Barton Community College. The District 5 ...

November 11, 2017 | Tribune Staff | Education


Ellinwood High/Middle School 1st Quarter Honor Roll

3.2 GPA and above with no D's, F's or I's - students making all A's are denoted with an *

November 11, 2017 | Tribune Staff | Education


New Barton instructor touts degree's flexibility

Kurt Konda is halfway through his first semester as the new sociology instructor at Barton Community College, and he said it's everything he expected.

November 11, 2017 | Special to the Tribune | Education


GBHS students place at annual FHSU Math Relays

HAYS - Sixteen GBHS scholars participated in the 39th annual Fort Hays State University Math Relays on Thursday, Nov. 9. Approximately 742 participants from 56 schools ...

November 11, 2017 | Tribune Staff | Education


Mason named FHSU president

HAYS – The Kansas Board of Regents has named Dr. Tisa Mason the new president of Fort Hays State University.

November 06, 2017 | Tribune Staff | Education


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