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    Maple Street's Bryan wins award for Leadership in Development

    11/19/2014 09:15 PM EST
    MANCHESTER >> Kate Bryan, Development Director at Maple Street School, was awarded the Timothy G. Scott Award for Leadership in Development from the Independent School Association of Northern New England (ISANNE) at a recent Advancement and 
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    Is your child prepared for kindergarten?
    02/27/2015 06:48 PM EST - BENNINGTON, VT. >> Each year, parents across the country ask the same question: Is my child ready for kindergarten? At the beginning of the school year in 2013, the Vermont Agency of Education surveyed kindergarten teachers on how ready their Full Story

    Vermont Schools prepare for the new Smarter Balance exam
    02/27/2015 06:43 PM EST - BENNINGTON, VT. >> Starting this spring, schools across the state of Vermont have said farewell to the NECAP tests, and they are about to welcome in SBAC (Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium) exams. Full Story

    College-cost strategies for students, parents
    02/27/2015 06:43 PM EST - PITTSFIELD, MASS. >> If you compare the hard numbers and you aren't from a wealthy family, deciding where to launch a college career might seem a no-brainer. That would be a community college if you don't mind commuting, or a state college if Full Story

    Fees & fundraisers: Good fundraising provides necessary boost
    02/27/2015 06:42 PM EST - LEE, MASS. >> For 10 years, band, chorus and drama students at Lee Middle and High School have staged a dinner and a show to enhance their performing arts programs. Led by their parents, several teachers, kind-hearted community members and Full Story

    Here's how to save for your child's education
    02/27/2015 06:41 PM EST - PITTSFIELD >> James Wojtaszek decided he wouldn't wait long to start saving early. Shortly after both his sons were born, Wojtaszek set up childhood savings accounts to help save money for both their college expenses. Full Story

    Making the Grade: The future of education is now
    02/27/2015 06:54 PM EST - Whether part of a public, independent or parochial school system, the 21st century has put students, staff and families on a fast track into the future. Technology seems to change by the nanosecond. New studies, along with federal and state mandates Full Story

    Teaching in the age of computers: Educators are taking advantage of the newest technology to give their kids the best possible experience
    02/27/2015 06:39 PM EST - BENNINGTON, VT. >> As technology is utilized in the classroom more than ever, there's a greater demand for teachers to educate themselves how to use it and keep up with the trends. Frank Barnes, the technology education director at the Full Story

    A Day in the life of a principal: C.T. Plunkett Principal Michelle Colvin shares a snapshot of her day
    02/27/2015 06:46 PM EST - Michelle Colvin was kind enough to log the events that fill her day as principal at C.T. Plunkett Elementary School in Adams, Mass. From meetings with staff to emails to classroom observation, her candid log of her day shows just how dizzying a day Full Story

    Flood Brook Kindergarten registration set
    02/25/2015 01:53 PM EST - LONDONDERRY >> Flood Brook Kindergarten registration is scheduled for March 2-6. Parents residing in the towns of Landgrove, Londonderry, Peru, Weston or tuitioning towns are invited to visit the Flood Brook School office at 91 VT Route 11 Full Story

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    Femininity gets a rethink during Milan Fashion Week

    MILAN (AP) — Femininity is getting a rethink in Milan. Designers are incorporating more masculine tailoring, while giving a contemporary edge to normally girly touches like bows, ruffles, lace and, yes, polka dots. Full Story