Who needs newspapers? It’s the question of the day here at the Chronicle, where we are playing host to a video crew from the Who Needs Newspapers? project. The project, put together by a nonprofit called Valid Sources, seeks to interview the top brass and online people at one local newspaper in each state â€”… Continue reading Journalism nonprofit interviewing at the Chronicle today
A high school English teacher in Pennsylvania is fighting for her job after a post to her blog, in which she called her students “disengaged, lazy whiners” and wondered what is wrong with calling them out?
This fall, Montana high school students will be able to take online classes for free through the Montana Digital Academy.
Long-time third-grade teachers Lynn Johnson, Jan Savko and Diane Thomas all retired at the end of the 2009-2010 school year, closing the textbook on 113 years of combined Belgrade teaching experience.