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Lawrence school board approves list of high school course changes for next year

The Lawrence school board on Monday approved a list of alterations to high school courses offered in the district during the 2023-24 year and heard an update on district curriculum goals. Patrick Kelly, chief academic officer; Denise Johnson, director of elementary curriculum; and Shaun Hanson, director of secondary curriculum presented...
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Vidor Students of the Month

The Rotary Club in Vidor has announced their Students of the Month of November at Vidor High School. They include Allie Williams (9), Madalen Beasley (10), Hope Dilley (11), and Reagan LaPray (12).

Maryville city, school officials discuss high school expansion timeline

Maryville city and school officials have one major concern over more than $45 million in building plans: when. During a Maryville Board of Education work session Monday, Nov. 28, school officials presented a proposal that includes a nearly $35.6 million high school expansion they want to begin this summer and open in August 2025. Maryville City Council members prefer to wait a year or two, citing the current bond market,...

Sewickley area student news for the week of Nov. 29, 2022

A number of Quaker Valley High School students were recently inducted into the National Honor Society. NHS is a nationwide organization that recognizes high schoolers who meet high academic standards. Juniors inducted include Lucy Auth, Maisy Bates, Kaitlyn Blackmer, Mary Blaine, Eleana Cain, Megan Campbell, Saige Capek, Aidan Carver, Madison Chapman, Brooke Chisholm, Jason Clark, Katelyn Clark, Matthew Cohen, Emily Connors, Taylor Cupelli, Cameron Diggins, Anna Dusch, Sydney Earlewine, Eric Fox, Julia Garvic, Brahm Gianiodis, Rena Gilligan, Oliver Graham, Everest Gray, Jasper Gray, Lucas Greb, Bennett Haas, Sydney Hewitt, Kate Hines, Sophia Iliff, Grant Irving, Annica Kagle, Deja Keo, Elizabeth Kirk, Kathryn Main, Taylor Martin, William Musial, Marie Nastasi, Olivia Parker, Michael Ponzo, Mia Rosa Pugliano, Nicole Russi-Boyd, Ethan Servis, Koll Severson, Isabella Soderstrom, Mia Strelec, Elizabeth Szuba, John Szuba, Lauren Tiesse, Isabella Trafton, Kayla Vasbinder, Ty Walliser and Grant Webb. Senior inductees included Jackson Bould, Gavin Eshenbaugh, Sophia Geason, Milosh Hasak, Luke Hotchkiss, Meera Kumar, Brady McClay, Shannon Von Kaenel, Olivia Vybiral and Stevin Wallace.

Asbestos find closes King Edmund School in Rochford until new year

A secondary school could be closed until January after asbestos was found during building work. King Edmund School in Rochford, Essex, closed on 15 November after asbestos was found in a demolished building on the site. The Department for Education requested the school closed so testing could be carried out...

Elite Lowell School Back in the News

This is Part II of a series reporting on San Francisco’s prestigious Lowell High School as it returns to merit-based admissions. In June of this year I reported on the decision of the San Francisco United School District Board which narrowly voted to restore merit based admissions to the elite Lowell High School. The Globe reported extensively on the tumultuous time for the school and the district as lawsuits were threatened and vile accusations of racism were hurled from the various ethnic and racial communities that comprise the district.

Legislator Lafazan, Jericho High School Unveils Anatomage Table

Nassau County Legislator Joshua A. Lafazan (D - Woodbury) joined with Jericho Union Free School District Superintendent Hank Grishman and Jericho High School teachers and students on Friday, Nov. 18 to unveil the district’s new anatomage table - a cutting-edge teaching tool that was purchased utilizing $75,000 in Community Revitalization Program (CRP) funds.

Pella Forte Excited to Return to State Dance

Several KNIA/KRLS Area High School dancers are ready for this week’s Iowa State Dance and Drill Association High School Team Championships in Des Moines. Pella High School’s Forte is looking to once again defend a state championship in their military routine, which they have won three years in a row. Hear more from the leaders of Pella Forte on today’s Let’s Talk Pella.


Logan High School recently broke ground on a new health clinic annex at its campus. At the last Hocking County commissioners’ meeting, the board was asked to sign onto a regional coalition to improve school-based health and care for kids and families – a proposal for which Logan-Hocking Schools Supt. Monte Bainter expressed support.

A young girl’s mission of giving smiles

BRANDON, S.D. (KELO) – We are in the season of giving and the season of sweet treats. Those two things are what one high schooler in Brandon knows best. Every year you can find Jadyn Ramazani baking cookies and spreading cheer to area assisted living residents. We first introduced...

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Brain structural parameters correlate with University Selection Test outcomes in Chilean high school graduates

How well students learn and perform in academic contexts is a focus of interest for the students, their families, and the entire educational system. Although evidence has shown that several neurobiological factors are involved in scholastic achievement (SA), specific brain measures associated with academic outcomes and whether such associations are independent of other factors remain unclear. This study attempts to identify the relationship between brain structural parameters, and the Chilean national University Selection Test (PSU) results in high school graduates within a multidimensional approach that considers socio-economic, intellectual, nutritional, and demographic variables. To this end, the brain morphology of a sample of 102 students who took the PSU test was estimated using Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Anthropometric parameters, intellectual ability (IA), and socioeconomic status (SES) were also measured. The results revealed that, independently of sex, IA, gray matter volume, right inferior frontal gyrus thickness, and SES were significantly associated with SA. These findings highlight the role of nutrition, health, and socioeconomic variables in academic success.

Teaching American Sign Language in public schools uplifts Deaf community

American Sign Language, abbreviated as ASL, is one of the most commonly used languages in the United States and the fourth most studied second language at American universities. However, it is not offered as a language class in most public high schools. ASL should be offered in high schools to...