Posted 3:04 PM 11/20/2013 by Alex Labat
Although the deal is done, charter schools remain a controversial topic. Last month, the Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education approved the applications of both the National Heritage Academies and Charter Schools U.S.A. to break ground. The two for-profit organizations plan to (More)...
Posted 9:04 AM 11/15/2013 by Press Release
Letters About Literature, a national reading and writing contest for students, is now accepting entries. To enter, fourth through 12th grade students write personal letters to living or dead authors from any genre explaining how what the students read changed their views of the world or (More)...
Posted 4:08 PM 11/14/2013 by PRESS RELEASE
The Morgan City Oilfield Fishing Rodeo announced today that South Central Louisiana Technical College as the recipient of the proceeds generated from the first inaugural 2013 M.C.O.F.R. tournament.
The funds benefit Battlefields to Oilfield program for veterans looking to work in the Oil and Gas industry.
SCLTC provides higher education aimed at the oil and gas industry.
Posted 1:02 PM 11/13/2013 by AP (PHOTO COURTESY: MGN ONLINE)
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - Louisiana Commissioner of Higher Education Jim Purcell has been passed over for a job leading Florida's state university system. Purcell had been one of four candidates chosen to interview for the chancellor's position. But the search committee (More)...
Posted 5:26 PM 11/11/2013 by Akeam Ashford
Students in Iberia Parish are having to ride their bus routes an hour longer than usual. According to Iberia Parish School Board Supervisor of Transportation Raymond Noel, it's because their aren't enough bus drivers to go around. Tonight, KATC's Akeam Ashford finds out how the shortage is affecting current bus drivers.