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    Abbott: Pay teachers bonuses for high exam scores

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    Republican Greg Abbott says that as Texas governor he would seek bonuses for high school teachers whose students perform well on college readiness exams.
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    Celebrate Education activities continue for area students

    Celebrate Education activities continue for area students Video included

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    The KTBS Summer Reading Festival welcomed hundreds of students from Bossier Schools today. More>>

    Academic integrity in digital age Video included

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    With a rise in online classes, many educational institutions are asking the question, how can they maintain academic integrity in the digital age. More and more students are getting educated through online sources, to match courses to their busy schedules, avoid long commutes or to save money. "Well, people who are local to the Shreveport area, they have the option of coming in and actually taking the exam at an assigned time. They don't have to pay for the exam. Then I proctor it," said LSU-... More>>

    Linwood Public Charter announces expansion Video included

    photo by: KTBS 3 News Amy Vitrano photo by: KTBS 3 News Amy Vitrano
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    Kindergarten and first grade students will have another option for school starting in the fall. More>>

    Presidential Search Committees appointed for GSU & NSU

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    The Board of Supervisors for the University of Louisiana System launched two campus presidential searches with the appointment of search committees by Board Chair E. Gerald "T-Boy" Hebert and announcement of meeting dates.  More>>

    Make way for changes in Caddo schools

    Dr. Lamar Goree Dr. Lamar Goree
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    Caddo Parish School Superintendent Dr. Lamar Goree unveiled the "Reimagine Our Schools" Campaign Tuesday morning. More>>

    Gov. Beebe, sculptor to receive honorary degrees

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    Gov. Mike Beebe and sculptor Anita Huffington will be presented honorary degrees from the University of Arkansas during the university's May 10 commencement ceremony. More>>

    Caddo superintendent addresses Fair Park principal change Video included

    Caddo Superintendent Goree addresses concerned Fair Park High parents Caddo Superintendent Goree addresses concerned Fair Park High parents
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    Caddo Superintendent Dr. Theodis Lamar Goree spent about an hour taking questions at Fair Park High Monday evening, nearly all of which centered on the decision to replace Principal James Outley. More>>

    Celebrate Education week kicks off

    Celebrate Education week kicks off Video included

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    The KTBS 3'S Summer Reading Festival and ArtBreak officially kicked off Monday. The reading festival challenges second graders to read during their summer break  "There is no where else in this region where you have that kind of media support to support literacy in this area as it concerns children," said Ivy Woodard-Latin, from Shreve Memorial Library.  More>>

    TSTC Marshall Ranks #1 in Developmental Graduation Rates

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    The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board has released the 2014 Texas Public Higher Education Almanac. The 2014 Almanac, available online, providesprovides higher education facts and performance data that allow users to compare Texas public higher education institutions. The data provides a snapshot of how Texas is doing educationally and highlights progress relative to the state’s higher education plan.Texas State Technical College Marshall holds the top spot in graduation rates for deve... More>>

    Caddo schools transformation plan Video included

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    The caddo school district is working to transform some   of its lowest achieving schools.  Step one was to restructure several campuses for the coming year, one won't even exist when schools open in august. Step More>>

    Celebrate Education 2014

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    CELEBRATE EDUCATION, and it begins next week at the Shreveport Convention Center. More>>

    Senators examine testing, curriculum overhaul

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    The state Senate Education Committee will assess implementation of a new law overhauling high school curriculum and cutting the number of standardized tests students must pass. More>>

    Previous winners Katie Efferson and Polly Pendersgras

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    We'd like to tell you about some other fantastic educators from Evangel Christian Academy. More>>

    Ark. Education Board takes over Lee County schools

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    The Arkansas Education Board has agreed to take over the Lee County School District, which has been cited for having academic and financial problems. More>>

    One Class At A Time

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    KTBS-3, with Barksdale Federal Credit Union & Suddenlink are giving a $1000 award, twice a month, throughout the school year, so classes in our viewing area. More>>

    Past winner Antoinette Edwards

    We would like to introduce you to another amazing educator from Judson Fundamental Elementary Magnet,  who uses creative avenues to encourage learning. More>>

    Kacey Davis wins $1,000

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    A local special education teacher is hoping to engage her students in learning with computer software. More>>

    Autism Education

    Coming up this week, organizations around the world will observe autism awareness with unique fundraising and awareness-raising events.  More>>

    OrLisa Johnson wins $1,000 check Video included

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    An elementary school teacher hopes to give her students a jump start on Common Core standards. Our latest  One Class At a Time Winner comes to us from Caddo schools. More>>

    Dr. Margaret Kilcoyne is the recipient of Outstanding Educator Award.

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    Dr. Margaret Kilcoyne is the recipient of a 2014 Federation of Business Disciplines Outstanding Educator Award. More>>

    St John's took first place at Science Olympiad State Tournament

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    The St. John Berchmans School team took first place at the Science Olympiad State Tournament held March 30 on the campus of Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, Louisiana.  This is the sixth consecutive year that St. John Berchmans School has won first place at the state level. More>>

    Liberal Arts Education debate

    The intense focus on science technology and math continues to change the  instructional paths of  many schools. More>>

    Sunjay Letchuman- Student of the year finalist

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    Sunjay Letchuman, an 8th grader at Caddo Middle Magnet (CMM), is the 2014 Caddo Parish Middle School Student of the Year.
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    Dr. Stephen Webre, LA Tech history professor honored with state humanities award

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    Louisiana Tech history professor honored with state humanities award RUSTON, La – Dr. Stephen Webre, the Garnie W. McGinty Professor of History and interim associate dean of the College of Liberal Arts More>>

    A Louisiana lawmaker is pushing a dating violence bill

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    A Louisiana lawmaker is taking steps to help offer more protection to teenage domestic violence victims. More>>

    The Louisiana Foreign Language Teachers'Association in town

    Como se dice estoy estudiando Espanola en ingles. How do you say I'm studying my Spanish in English? That is the goal of several educators in town for this weekend's event. More>>

    CPSB moves toward unity Video included

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    The Caddo Parish School board moved forward with a vote to Keep a majority of its members silent. More>>

    Past winner: Jana Hinderberger

    It is a critical time for early development of writing skills here in Jana Hinderberger's  kindergarten class. More>>

    Donna Boyd and Linda Grimmett win $1,000 grant

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    Two teachers applied for a grant to purchase new equipment to that will engage their little ones in learning. More>>

    Plan for new charter in DeSoto Parish Video included

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    It is considered to be a historical landmark in the small DeSoto Parish community where it sits. Pelican All Saints High School came about in the1950's when several rural church schools were combined. More>>

    School Choice

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    The word "choice" comes in a number of different forms when it comes to education. From vouchers, to magnet schools, to charter schools and there are even choices when it comes to certain courses. More>>

    Pelican All Saints graduation is "bittersweet"

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    Pelican All Saints High School graduates the final senior class Friday after DeSoto Parish School Board members decided to close the school. More>>

    John White's visit

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    Louisiana Schools Superintendent John White paid a special visit to Shreveport today. More>>

    • One Class At A TimeMore>>

    • Previous winners Katie Efferson and Polly Pendersgras

      Previous winners Katie Efferson and Polly Pendersgras

      Friday, April 11 2014 8:44 PM EDT2014-04-12 00:44:35 GMT
      We'd like to tell you about some other fantastic educators from Evangel Christian Academy.  The two won their grant back in November and they are making a difference in the lives of their students. "They
      We'd like to tell you about some other fantastic educators from Evangel Christian Academy.
    • Past winner Antoinette Edwards

      Past winner Antoinette Edwards

      We would like to introduce you to another amazing educator from Judson Fundamental Elementary Magnet,  who uses creative avenues to encourage learning. At Judson Elementary in Shreveport, fourth grade
      We would like to introduce you to another amazing educator from Judson Fundamental Elementary Magnet,  who uses creative avenues to encourage learning.
    • Past winner: Jana Hinderberger

      Past winner: Jana Hinderberger

      We'd like to tell you about another great teacher who won her grant last summer. The kindergarten teacher is making a positive impact in her classroom by teaching her students how to become better writers.  It
      It is a critical time for early development of writing skills here in Jana Hinderberger's  kindergarten class.
    • Parents and Kids: The K-12 ExperienceThe K-12 ExperienceMore>>

    • How to raise cultured kids

      How to raise cultured kids

      Do you long for your child to choose the symphony over SpongeBob and couscous over mac ’n’ cheese? Raising a cultured kid can be easier than you think.
      Do you long for your child to choose the symphony over SpongeBob and couscous over mac ’n’ cheese? Raising a cultured kid can be easier than you think.
    • How toddlers' TV time can hurt kindergarten success

      How toddlers' TV time can hurt kindergarten success

      Toddlers who watch too much television have a more difficult time when they start kindergarten, a new Canadian study suggests.
      Toddlers who watch too much television have a more difficult time when they start kindergarten, a new Canadian study suggests.
    • Kids with autism outperformed others on math test

      Kids with autism outperformed others on math test

      Children with autism and average IQs consistently did better on math tests than non-autistic children in the same IQ range, according to a small new study.
      Children with autism and average IQs consistently did better on math tests than non-autistic children in the same IQ range, according to a small new study.
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