A 128 page teacher’s guide – Using the newspaper as a primary resource students learn how to navigate varied test features, understand and relate to current events, learn how to make informed decisions
A 128 page teacher’s guide – Using the newspaper as a primary resource students learn how to navigate varied test features, understand and relate to current events, learn how to make informed decisions and practice valuable reading and writing skills. View Full Teacher’s Guide here:
A 4 page teacher’s guide – companion to “Born to be Wired” in the Parade Magazine e-edition Sunday 10/09/2011. Cyberspace is the world of computers. You can navigate through Cyberspace safely
A struggling national economy is pushing more and more people out of their chosen professions and into other areas of the workforce, with some landing teaching jobs in local classrooms. Though some of
CANDLER — Lake Weir High fine arts teacher Suzanne Kiefer-Shelton sat at a Smart table Wednesday and played electronic learning games with several other Marion County School District employees. She used
Fessenden Elementary School principal Anna DeWese knew a complete overhaul of the mindset of teachers, students and community was needed after the school received a D grade last summer. DeWese, along
- Grinch strikes; Christmas tree toppled and presents stolenA resident said the gifts were for his and his fiancee's children, ages 18, 15 and 10, and other family members.
- Nobility Homes says sales for year increase 14 percentNobility Homes announced a 14 percent increase in sales for the fiscal year that ended Nov. 1.
- Marion County's jobless rate is 6.8% in NovemberMarion County's unemployment rate for November was 6.8 percent, down from 7.5 percent a year ago, according to state data released Friday morning.
- Convicted arsonist faces new charge after string of fires along S. PineA man with a history of arson was arrested Friday, accused of setting one fire and possibly two others.
- Man, 66, dies after apparent fall from ladderThe Medical Examiner's Office reported Howard Edward Holmes, 66, died from injuries to his head and that his death appeared to be accidental.
- North Marion High improves school grade to a BNorth Marion High School was one of only 55 high schools in the state to improve its 2013-14 grade — going from a C to a B — which is impressive considering the state increased its grading threshold for that time frame.