Thousands of people volunteer at Special Olympics events throughout the nation. Perhaps one of the youngest is in our own backyard. Nine-year-old Hannah Woodring volunteered with her parents at the Capital Area Special Olympics Track and Field meet Wednesday at the Louisiana School for the Deaf and Blind. Woodring began volunteering just last year when …
When One Community, One School District members asked a roomful of parents, grandparents and residents what brought them, one man answered from the back, “Because I care.”
East Baton Rouge Parish schools outpaced average state growth in 2011-2012, a report released by the Baton Rouge Area Chamber said.
A proposed charter school will provide proper education for baton Rouge’s dyslexic elementary school students if passed.
After years of preparation, the new Baton Rouge Parish Family and Youth Service Center is ready to serve the public, providing a one-stop option for frustrated parents and troubled children.
The LSU Communication Disorders Department received a grant in 2009 to study the DELV test’s sensitivity to Southern Louisiana dialects.
Strict discipline policies suspend and even expel elementary school students despite skepticism from both the public and professionals.