Teachers union initiative focuses on funding tech education - Education Week

Cameron Diaz, Paula Abdul join arts education program - Education Week

NYC schools can show students how to use condoms - Education Week

Florida schools chief to lead New York education department - Education Week

Voters approve 99 percent of New York school budgets - Education Week

N.Y.C. District Underreported School Violence, Audit Finds - Education Week

New York City failed to report hundreds of violent public school incidents to the state as required by law, says the state comptroller.

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N.Y.C. Head Start Inspection Sparks Congressional Letter - Education Week

Two House education committee members demand to know why New York City’s Head Start grant was not suspended or revoked after inspections raised concerns about child safety.

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College Board offers free SAT retakes over timing error - Education Week

NY Regents panel OKs hardship waiver for evaluation plans - Education Week

All but 2 school budgets won voter approval for next year - Education Week

NYCLU says transgender students often harassed in NY schools - Education Week

Civil liberties group: Transgender students still harassed - Education Week

NY legislators approve rent controls, tax rebate - Education Week

NY group faults student treatment at school for disabled - Education Week

Cuomo demands better protections for transgender students - Education Week

Patterson announces first round of grants to schools - Education Week

Upstate New York school district settles anti-Semitism suit - Education Week

NY prosecutor questions low numbers on school bullying - Education Week

School administrator files racial discrimination complaint - Education Week

Judge approves settlement in upstate NY anti-Semitism suit - Education Week

Brooklyn principal to be removed after grade fixing probe - Education Week

Board votes to fire school administrator who filed complaint - Education Week

Questar to take over development of New York assessments - Education Week

Summer academy prepares young refugees for NYC schools - Education Week

States in Holding Pattern on ELL Waiver Requests - Education Week

Even though Florida got unprecedented federal flexibility when it comes to English-learners and accountability, a handful of other states have yet to see their requests approved.

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NYC school discipline panel says suspensions, arrests down - Education Week

NYC to offer signing, retention bonuses for pre-K teachers - Education Week

NYC Schools Chancellor forms new anti-cheating task force - Education Week

New York to release results of spring student testing - Education Week

NY schools chief intervenes in district run by Orthodox Jews - Education Week

NY bans smoking near after-school programs - Education Week

Prosecutor: Scam charity duped students, pocketed their pay - Education Week

N.Y. Schools Chief Intervenes in District Run by Orthodox Jews - Education Week

The state education commissioner is stepping into the bitter battle over control of an unusual New York school district.

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District riven by religious favoritism claims gets monitor - Education Week

N.Y.C. Chancellor Forms Anti-Cheating Task Force - Education Week

The task force will provide oversight, as well as training, and will produce biannual reports on how well schools are implementing academic guidelines.

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Immigrant Students - Education Week

Unaccompanied minors living in the New York City metropolitan area, many who are English-language learners, face an array of obstacles to enrolling in school, finds a new study.

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Networks, stars to raise awareness for education - Education Week

Buffalo school board to vote on superintendent appointment - Education Week

Buffalo school board approves Kriner Cash as superintendent - Education Week

NYC pre-K program to include 4,500 half-day seats - Education Week

NYC to probe secular education at Jewish schools - Education Week

New York Bans Smoking Near After-School Sites - Education Week

The law signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, a Democrat, is intended to protect children from secondhand smoke at public and private schools.

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NY looks for alternatives to sanctions to curb test opt-outs - Education Week

NYC expands Public Schools Athletic League - Education Week

Parents want son with Down syndrome to attend local school - Education Week

McGraw-Hill Education files for $100M IPO - Education Week

James Patterson to visit Baltimore and donate 25,000 books - Education Week

NYC mayor delights in full-day pre-K on 1st day of school - Education Week

Scholarship fund awards $115.9M to families of 9/11 victims - Education Week

NY state plans to shorten spring Common Core tests - Education Week

New York state plans to shorten spring Common Core tests - Education Week

Report cites need for NY college support after foster care - Education Week

Audit finds need for better records of student grade changes - Education Week

Online Credit Recovery in Need of Improvement, Study Says - Education Week

School districts need to make changes to their online credit-recovery programs to focus greater attention on content mastery and evidence of learning gains.

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The latest: Pope visits NYC school where church closed - Education Week

High school students walkout over treatment, textbooks - Education Week

Colleges, Groups Win Grants to Boost College Outcomes - Education Week

As part of its push to get more students into and through college, the Obama administration last week awarded $60 million to colleges, universities, and community groups to work on projects to boost college completion.

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Measuring Grit, Character Draw New Investments - Education Week

The Walton Family Foundation is backing research on how to better measure noncognitive skills.

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N.Y.C. Pushes to Meet Promise of Universal Pre-K - Education Week

Amid some growing pains for its new full-day prekindergarten program, the city has ramped up outreach efforts and more than tripled the number of sets from two years ago.

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Rural Education - Education Week

Some academic outcomes for students living in "Middle Appalachia" have improved over the past 20 years, yet challenges unique to the region remain, according to a new report.

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Corrections - Education Week

Kansas lawmakers seek data on school board members - Education Week

Parents alarmed over plummeting math scores in Pennsylvania - Education Week

New NYC law will mandate reporting on school metal detectors - Education Week

Choice Programs Prompt Call for Private School Expansion - Education Week

As large-scale choice programs mature and new ones are created, advocates are looking to the thriving charter sector for lessons in how to grow.

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W.Va. board of ed chief questions Fayette funding decision - Education Week

Ohio gets $71M federal grant for charters in wake of flap - Education Week

Banned Books Week draws attention to censorship - Education Week

Legislature approves sex ed curriculum bill before leaving - Education Week

Pennsylvania student test results fall but test was harder - Education Week

Feds ask Indiana education agency for data on poverty funds - Education Week

Arizona Education board sues schools chief Diane Douglas - Education Week

Democrats propose competing plan to pay for education - Education Week

Board says Goshen schools to start using new mascot Jan. 1 - Education Week

Jury gets gun case of father of teen who shot classmates - Education Week

Group says schools stall records request on Islam curriculum - Education Week

Good Will-Hinkley cuts ribbon on solar-powered school - Education Week

Washington, Virginia, Wisconsin school districts recognized - Education Week

Arkansas sees progress in Advanced Placement testing - Education Week

Missouri summer jobs program places more than 3,100 youths - Education Week

New school zone safety laws going into effect in Nevada - Education Week

Miss. considering policy on restraint, seclusion in schools - Education Week

$10M OKed for school bus seat belts largely spent elsewhere - Education Week

S. Dakota high school principal shot, wounded; students safe - Education Week

More after school programs offering STEM instruction - Education Week

Former New Orleans school board member to be sentenced - Education Week

School districts lenient on new vaccine law - Education Week

Oregon schools report jump in homeless students - Education Week

Arne Duncan Stepping Down as Education Secretary - Education Week

Duncan, who leaves in December, has pushed through dramatic levels of change in K-12 policy over nearly seven years in office.

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Efforts to Groom Principal Talent Get New Infusion of Cash - Education Week

The American Express Foundation is investing nearly $2.5 million in a diverse array of programs that aim to develop and support school leaders.

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6 Tennessee schools recognized for high student performance - Education Week

Arizona schools chief presents K-12 education fix proposal - Education Week

Ohio task force recommends college cost-cutting ideas - Education Week

Eastern Indiana school district to recruit students in China - Education Week

AP sources: Education Secretary Arne Duncan stepping down - Education Week

Chicago Public Schools lower graduation rate after errors - Education Week

Massachusetts Senate OKs bill to address opioid crisis - Education Week

Correction: Charter Schools-Ohio story - Education Week

4 Virginia schools to participate in pilot solar program - Education Week

Judge: Lawsuit over DC charter school funding can go forward - Education Week

St. John Parish considers increasing school security - Education Week

Wolf: Deal on taxes is necessary to avoid worse consequences - Education Week

Washington lawmakers take education reform ideas on the road - Education Week

Illinois to implement new ratings for schools, districts - Education Week

South Pike schools superintendent to retire next spring - Education Week

Elgin schools CEO frustrated with lack of Legionella advice - Education Week

Montana scores well among states where all grads took ACT - Education Week

Maine supreme court to meet in 3 high schools this week - Education Week

Report shows steep increase in Indiana homeless students - Education Week

Punahou School receives $10 million from anonymous donor - Education Week

Competing proposals on school funding muddy waters - Education Week

Blogs - Education Week

Ohio panel clears charter overhaul lauded as major step - Education Week

4 sentenced in bribery case linked to Ohio charter school - Education Week

Correction - Education Week

L.A. Reaches Tentative Pact on Troubled Digital Plan - Education Week

A tentative $6.4 million settlement with two major technology providers was reached, according to the superintendent of the Los Angeles school district.

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Kentucky Board of Education considers commissioner contract - Education Week

Kentucky Board of Education approves commissioner contract - Education Week

Student-Trauma Lawsuit Gets Go-Ahead From Judge - Education Week

A federal trial judge has allowed a novel lawsuit to move forward that calls for the Compton, Calif., district to incorporate practices to help students who have faced such traumas as violence, family disruption, incarceration, and poverty.

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Candidates bicker on range of issues in gubernatorial debate - Education Week

Ohio lawmakers poised to vote on charter schools overhaul - Education Week

Wrong lawyer got letter seeking records in Texas clock case - Education Week

Texas plans to gradually increase STAAR passing standards - Education Week

Bond proposal going to Ascension voters on April 9 - Education Week

Pruitt opinion says school prayer ban is overly broad - Education Week

As Bush campaigns, Florida struggles with his schools legacy - Education Week

Schools, camps could stock asthma inhalers under Ohio bill - Education Week

Board appoints interim superintendent after hazing report - Education Week

Calcasieu school board votes on air conditioning schools - Education Week

9 NY cultural institutions involved in schools program - Education Week

Board of Education chair reappointed to national board - Education Week

Chandler woman charged with misusing state school funding - Education Week

GOP plan to take early childhood funds opposed by board - Education Week

US school board settles over principal hypnotizing students - Education Week

Gov. Charlie Baker unveils bill to expand charter schools - Education Week

Truant label more likely to go to poor, minority students - Education Week

Alabama school system uses gun-sniffing dogs to find threats - Education Week

First lady honors new class of student poets for bravery - Education Week

Federal effort to combat chronic absenteeism at schools - Education Week

Detroit schools reducing district-level mandated testing - Education Week

Biloxi schools nab $1 million STEM, military grant - Education Week

Bill would add up to 12 charter schools in state each year - Education Week

Committee OKs lifting UW out-of-state student cap - Education Week

Charter school magnate opts against NYC mayoral bid - Education Week

Education leaders call for reinstating funding - Education Week

The Latest: Chicago Public Schools mum on indictment - Education Week

Ex-Chicago Public Schools leader charged with corruption - Education Week

Small school district closes due to financial woes - Education Week

Indiana governor boosts school safety spending after cuts - Education Week

Senate leader calls for audit of early childhood fund - Education Week

UNESCO: Most nations fail gender parity goal for education - Education Week

More Money and Scrutiny Slated for Ohio Charters - Education Week

In a state where charters have generated scandal-ridden headlines for years, critics and advocates alike are calling for tougher oversight.

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PIAA expands classifications in football, other sports - Education Week

LA school district suspends campus film shoots - Education Week

Superintendent resigns from post at East Ramapo district - Education Week

Wyoming officials consider new assessments for K-12 students - Education Week

The Latest: Brown rejects ban on for-profit charter schools - Education Week

Peters Township teachers threatening to strike by Oct. 28 - Education Week

Home schooling on the rise in District of Columbia - Education Week

Utah governor to work in elementary school classroom - Education Week

Farmington sets new school vaccination policy - Education Week

That New York twang: Nashville calls on Big Apple schools - Education Week

New proposed Missouri math, English standards up for review - Education Week

Principal remembered for guiding students in right direction - Education Week

State officials: New monuments would cut school funds - Education Week

Ohio Probe Reveals Fraud in Tutoring Program - Education Week

Private tutors faked attendance at their sessions for hundreds of Columbus, Ohio, students, bilking taxpayers out of more than $800,000, according to a state audit of a now-halted federal program.

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Cleveland County school board studies prayer at meetings - Education Week

California governor bans Redskins name at public schools - Education Week

Are Healthier School Lunches Slowed by District Red Tape? - Education Week

Blogs - Education Week

Free, online textbooks include factual errors, poor grammar - Education Week

N.J. Officials Loosen Grip on State-Controlled District - Education Week

The state seized control of Jersey City schools in 1989, citing "total educational failure."

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Letting Your Kids Opt Out of Tests Is Not How to Solve the Problem - Education Week

Special Education Directors Brace for Fresh Guidance - Education Week

The wave of federal documents is likely to continue in the coming months, lawyers who work on special education issues told those attending a conference in Baltimore.

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Ind. District to Recruit Students From China - Education Week

The school board for one of the smallest districts in Indiana has voted to keep the one-building district open next year and plans to try to recruit students from China.

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Legislator: Columbia Heights board member will resign - Education Week

Board set to vote on big drop in ISTEP passing rate - Education Week

Role of classics in classroom changing - Education Week

Religious schools excluded from new tax-credit scholarships - Education Week

State wants lawsuit over Common Core tossed - Education Week

La. education board sets grading scale for Common Core tests - Education Week

Ex-Chicago Public Schools CEO pleads guilty, apologizes - Education Week

Board could delay vote on setting ISTEP passing rate - Education Week

DeSoto ready to unwrap new vo-tech center - Education Week

Pilot student aid expansion for non-traditional education - Education Week

Ohio judge rules Youngstown schools takeover can proceed - Education Week

ISTEP results face further delay after board puts off vote - Education Week

State: Violence, bullying incidents down in public schools - Education Week

Hawaii sees increase in advanced placement test success - Education Week

GOP leaders back charter school principal for Nevada Senate - Education Week

Clay County schools to stay open despite financial woes - Education Week

Push on to bring high-speed Internet to New Mexico schools - Education Week

K-12 a Minor Topic in First Democratic Debate - Education Week

While there was some discussion about college costs, the Democratic candidates for president did not delve far into big K-12 topics like testing, teacher evaluation, or how to improve low-performing schools.

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Washington Charter School Commission meets in Tacoma - Education Week

Oregon releases report cards for 1,236 schools - Education Week

Months after promise of help, Atlanta students still waiting - Education Week

Obama announces education commitments for Latino students - Education Week

Group: Principal should allow anti-abortion fliers - Education Week

House OKs holding back third-graders who lag in reading - Education Week

Property tax, school funding ideas slowly taking shape - Education Week

Los Angeles, Compton students to learn about Hollywood jobs - Education Week

Push begins to boost broadband for New Mexico schools - Education Week

New Mexico to release test scores for high school students - Education Week

School boards protest diversion of cash to charter schools - Education Week

State seeks to measure effectiveness of school contractors - Education Week

Nebraska students of all races improve in proficiency tests - Education Week

West Virginians weigh in on Common Core standards - Education Week

Task force to recommend changes to special education system - Education Week

Famed lawyer to help Nevada defend school choice program - Education Week

Judge approves school district plan covering desegregation - Education Week

Washington school district negotiating with praying coach - Education Week

Schools across US find alternatives to suspending students - Education Week

School districts in western NC adopt drug testing policies - Education Week

New York drafts coaches in effort to teach safe teen driving - Education Week

Records: $200,000 for ex-Illinois education superintendent - Education Week

First lady aims to get more students to continue education - Education Week

Test score tiers mean fewer students will score proficient - Education Week

STAAR tests to get less time-consuming in grades 3 to 8 - Education Week

Many Vermont students still not proficient in science - Education Week

New Mexico students score lower on new statewide tests - Education Week

Educators Hope Congress Provides Clarity, Support on Privacy Issues - Education Week

Eight federal bills, amendments, or provisions related to student-data privacy have been introduced in 2015.

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More Ohio students earning college credit during high school - Education Week

New Law Brings Computer Science Under STEM Tent - Education Week

President Barack Obama has signed into law the STEM Education Act of 2015, which expands the definition of STEM to include computer science programs.

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L.A. District Sued for $1B After Firing Famed Teacher - Education Week

The Los Angeles school board last week fired renowned elementary teacher Rafe Esquith amid allegations of misconduct, according to the Los Angeles Times.

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Ohio school board members to renew request for charter probe - Education Week

Are New Teacher Tests Vulnerable to Cheating? - Education Week

As performance-based teacher-licensure exams like the edTPA gain currency, reports of related tutoring services and online materials raise new questions.

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Adopted Students - Education Week

The school behavior and academic performance of adopted children lags behind their peers who are not adopted, concludes a report from the Institute for Family Studies.

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USDA Efforts on School Lunches Include Resources on Nutrition - Education Week

Help for Atlanta Students Being Put on Hold - Education Week

Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard said he has been unable to raise millions of dollars he estimates it would cost.

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Beshear reveals anti-bullying recommendations - Education Week

Student arrested for homemade clock visits White House - Education Week

US appeals court upholds gun laws after Newtown massacre - Education Week

Virginia school board eyes broader policy on rebel flag - Education Week

Police: Student tip may have halted drive-by school shooting - Education Week

Charter school probe, records divide Ohio school board - Education Week

Police head to schools to get students to sign gun pledge - Education Week

West Virginia school division seeks OD antidote drug - Education Week

North Carolina governor signs 7 more bills into law - Education Week

District with teacher-sex cases weighing social media policy - Education Week

Erie schools seek no-interest state loan amid budget fight - Education Week

New Hampshire high school drops out of school lunch program - Education Week

Group asks court to suspend school choice program ASAP - Education Week

Board approves standardized tests waivers for Idaho - Education Week

Gov. Ducey says school funding plan changing with talks - Education Week

Missouri to stop collecting student Social Security numbers - Education Week

Vermont mulls performance-based funding for higher education - Education Week

US House votes to renew DC school voucher program - Education Week

School secretary pleads guilty, apologizes for gunman hoax - Education Week

LeBron, first lady Michelle Obama host education event - Education Week

Treasury holds up payment to charter schools amid stalemate - Education Week

Philadelphia schools must borrow to make payroll - Education Week

More details released on Common Core results - Education Week

Riverview Gardens, Normandy districts make performance gains - Education Week

Elementary school teachers discuss learning retention method - Education Week

Oklahoma school A-F report cards released amid criticism - Education Week

Department of Education approves classroom equity plan - Education Week

Commission studying Georgia education system nears decisions - Education Week

Confederate flag supporters criticize ballot summary - Education Week

$45M grant request for Michigan charter schools rejected - Education Week

Maui woman sues DOE for lack of deaf services for students - Education Week

University of California revises divisive intolerance policy - Education Week

Lawmakers called to Capitol for school funding briefings - Education Week

Board expects to set ISTEP pass-fail marks this week - Education Week

Chicago-area district OKs later start so students can sleep - Education Week

Study: Kids take 100-plus required tests through 12th grade - Education Week

BC-SD--South Dakota News Coverage Advisory 8:30 am, SD - Education Week

Concrete learning at project-based school - Education Week

Texas Education Agency says most schools OK with finances - Education Week

Legislative panel taking up Indiana teacher shortage issue - Education Week

State seeks more people to serve on teacher tribunals - Education Week

Republican Vermont lawmakers to address school choice issue - Education Week

Doors may close at pre-kindergartens because of budget fight - Education Week

More Virginia public schools earn full accreditation - Education Week

Correction - Education Week

Migrant Students - Education Week

The tens of thousands of unaccompanied school-age children and youths who crossed the U.S.-Mexican border in the spring and summer of 2014 had vastly different educational experiences depending on where they settled, according to a report.

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The Adolescent Brain Subject of Long-Term Federal Study - Education Week

The National Institutes of Health will dedicate $300 million over the next decade to launch the largest, most comprehensive study to date of how children’s brains develop during adolescence.

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Signs Point to Rise in High School Graduation Rates - Education Week

The U.S. Department of Education is encouraged by preliminary state-by-state data showing that graduation rates for the 2013-14 school year were up from the year before.

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Statewide voucher school enrollment more than doubles - Education Week

Pence says lower ISTEP scores should not affect teacher pay - Education Week

Test results show students in state rank near bottom - Education Week

Teacher strike gives 6K Illinois kids month off from school - Education Week

Florida math scores sink on new national test - Education Week

Washington scores steady on national reading, math test - Education Week

State school board approves big drop in ISTEP passing rate - Education Week

Board of Education approves Kansas City charter school - Education Week

PED chief: Mora school board must stop paying superintendent - Education Week

California math, reading scores stagnate on federal exam - Education Week

US Report Card: NY students see math, reading scores slip - Education Week

US officer is fired for tossing teen but questions remain - Education Week

The Latest: Legislative hearings on school funding begin - Education Week

Texas student says assignment questioned religious beliefs - Education Week

State school board approves big drop in ISTEP passing rate - Education Week

Rural public school system workers set Nov. 16 strike date - Education Week

Panel reviewing Common Core in New York schedules meetings - Education Week

More money, big changes for schools under Georgia proposal - Education Week

ACLU urges supportive transgender policy for school sports - Education Week

Arizona Legislature begins special session on school funding - Education Week

AG: School district violated election laws for years - Education Week

Pennsylvania Senate plans override vote as school loans rise - Education Week

Praying football coach placed on paid leave by district - Education Week

Drop in U.S. Math, Reading Scores Prompts Blame Game - Education Week

A variety of culprits are being cited as the cause of a sudden drop in NAEP scores, but experts recommend caution.

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Task force determines $75 million needed to boost schools - Education Week

Senate to vote on $3.5B school funding deal after House OK - Education Week

New Mexico to release test scores for elementary students - Education Week

Education department audit finds testing takes too much time - Education Week

Data show many Illinois students unprepared for college - Education Week

College aid: Obama to extend Pell grants to some HS students - Education Week

Bill would add crime data to report cards for schools - Education Week

Audit: Most New Mexico districts adding to testing time - Education Week

Feds back transgender teenager in school restroom dispute - Education Week

Arkansas Supreme Court says state immune from lawsuit - Education Week

Donors who support early childhood education get tax credits - Education Week

Students rally behind officer who flipped student from desk - Education Week

Gary schools wrestling with debt as enrollment plummets - Education Week

State policy changes could keep churning Mississippi schools - Education Week

Panel shoots down transgender policy changes - Education Week

Florida Gov. taps attorney and friend for education board - Education Week

Officials: Student tossed from desk can return to school - Education Week

Tennessee Promise program still needs thousands of mentors - Education Week

Md. Democrats call for restoring $68M in education funding - Education Week

Kasich signs bill overhauling oversight of charter schools - Education Week

Colorado recall targets conservative school board members - Education Week

Arizona governor signs $3.5B school funding deal - Education Week

Kentucky governor race hinges on health insurance, preschool - Education Week

Blogs - Education Week

Federal Grant Rejected for Michigan Charters - Education Week

The U.S. Department of Education has rejected a $45 million grant request from Michigan to improve and expand charter schools.

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Cybercharter Students Fall Far Behind on Academic Measures, New Study Says - Education Week

The first national study of online charter schools found that the schools generate dramatically weaker academic growth than their brick-and-mortar counterparts.

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U.S. Sues Township Over Muslim School - Education Week

The federal government last week sued a Michigan township for denying a zoning change that would allow construction of an Islamic school that has outgrown its nearby home.

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Open Resources Would Get Boost Under Federal Plan - Education Week

To promote wider use of open educational resources by states and schools, the U.S. Department of Education proposed a new regulation that would require any new intellectual property developed with grant funds from the department to be openly licensed.

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Education leaders push for technology expansion for students - Education Week

Nevada opens enrollment for prepaid college tuition plans - Education Week

Homework Time - Education Week

High school girls spend about an hour more per week on their homework than their male counterparts, researchers at American University have found.

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New Professional Standards Approved for School Leaders - Education Week

After more than a year of deliberations, a set of professional standards for school leaders has been approved by the National Policy Board for Educational Administration.

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Voters reject school funding amendment in Mississippi - Education Week

Texans decide bond issues, $850M for Harris County upgrades - Education Week

Fired charter school administrator files whistleblower suit - Education Week

Conservative school board members ousted in Colorado recalls - Education Week

AG files civil complaint over school tuition plan - Education Week

Photo of praying football players causes stir on Facebook - Education Week

District defends privacy curtains for transgender girl - Education Week

TEA finds schools violated law on students with disabilities - Education Week

Seattle principal resigns over late teacher evaluations - Education Week

Schools chief accused of barging into home will face charges - Education Week

Public weighs in on scholarship tax credit rule proposal - Education Week

Pennsylvania to seek stronger child immunization regulations - Education Week

Mississippi proficiency levels dip, as expected, on new test - Education Week

Closed KC charter assets to go to other schools - Education Week

Center to offer special training to deal with school threats - Education Week

2 Oklahoma tribes among 8 receiving federal education grants - Education Week

Voters approve many school bond, budget override proposals - Education Week

US Education Dept. restricts flow of Ohio charter grant - Education Week

Suspension for teen football player who thanked God reversed - Education Week

Study: RTI Practice Falls Short of Promise - Education Week

Response to intervention failed to improve the reading skills of students identified for initial interventions in a 13-state study.

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Zuckerberg talks success, lessons learned in Newark schools - Education Week

Woman demands Spokane school superintendent resign - Education Week

Walker to appear with Jeb Bush to tout school choice - Education Week

Proposed sex ed expansion ignites debate in Nevada county - Education Week

New Mexico test scores lowest in some Native American areas - Education Week

Nevada asks court to toss suit against voucher-style program - Education Week

Nebraska holds off on further action on education law waiver - Education Week

Michigan tribe awarded $300,000 federal education grant - Education Week

Lawmakers polled on barring religious schools from program - Education Week

Governor candidates share common aversion to Common Core - Education Week

Budget division recommends against emergency school aid - Education Week

Tribes get access to US crime databases in push to close gap - Education Week

Kansas Supreme Court to take up school funding case - Education Week

Settlement reached in California suit on learning time - Education Week


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