A memorandum of understanding (mou) was created between Seattle University and Seattle Public Schools. A new campus was opened in the city central district. The new Superintendent Jose L. Banda and University President Stephen V. Sundborg, S.J. spoke to the years of work to get this fare. Congratulations are in order.
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Challenge Early College High School, a MCNC Member school, is a recipient of this year’s U.S. Blue Ribbon award for having its students score in the top 10% on Texas State tests. The award is aligned with President Obama’s goal of making education the lynchpin in improving the U.S. economy, closing the achievement gap, and [...]
A native of Western New York, Mr. Starkey previously taught ESL and Bilingual Social Studies in various K-12 classes and worked for Mid-Hudson Migrant Education program. He received student teacher training at Queens International HS at LaGuardia Community College under the mentorship of HaroldBretstein. While teaching History at LaGuardia, Mr. Starkey was a UFT and Personnel Committee chair and parent ESL teacher before transitioning to [...]
Middle College High School at Contra Costa College’s student Jennifer Ezeokoli was featured in the local paper, the Contra Costa Times. Jennifer talks about how Middle College High School helped her during her difficulties. Read about Jennifer’s amazing journey in Middle College High School and possibly on to Princeton.
Harbor Preparation Teacher Academy and Hollis F. Price Early College High School, twoMiddle College National Consortium Early College dual enrollment schools, are proud to havereceived the prestigious 2010 National Title 1 School Awards from the U.S. Department ofEducation. Harbor Prep and Hollis Price not only outperformed other Title 1 schools but alsodid significantly better on [...]