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In the News on July 16, 2007

School Diversity Based on Income Segregates Some * Calif. community colleges get students in school, not always out * No Child law's authors work on a revision, respond to complaints * Examining kindergarten readiness among Hispanic children * Is the NJ Abbott Districts Pre-School Program working?

Study: On the NJ Abbott Districts Pre-School Program
Education Week

Special-needs voucher programs: Disability advocates say evidence scant that they really help
Salt Lake Tribune

Studies: Recruiting and Retaining Teachers
Education Week

Study: Examining kindergarten readiness among Hispanic children
Education Week

Study: A look at factors affecting reading and writing proficiency
Education Week

FEDERAL/NCLB

No Child law's authors work on a revision: Respond to complaints
The Boston Globe

SCHOOL SEGREGATION

School Diversity Based on Income Segregates Some
New York Times

STATE ROUNDUP

AZ: English learners to spend four hours a day on language
Arizona Daily Star

Calif. community colleges get students in school, not always out
San Diego Union Tribune

Editorial: Speed up rollout of preschool funds
Des Moines Register
SC: Billboards to bash court endorsed ‘minimal’ education
The State.com

OH Gov. Strickland’s education step a rarity
Akron Beacon Journal

Published Tuesday, Jul. 17, 2007

In the News on July 16, 2007