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In the News on July 17, 2007

What's next for educators, and for society, after the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling? * NCLB Seen as Curbing Low, High Achievers' Gains * 'Crisis' may be looming in teaching field * Schools face challenges to reach federal education standards

FEDERAL/NCLB

NCLB Seen as Curbing Low, High Achievers’ Gains
Education Week

DESEGREGATION

Gary Orfield & Erica Frankenberg: What’s next for educators, and for society, after the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling?
Education Week

STATE ROUNDUP

AL officials: 'Crisis' may be looming in teaching field
Press-Register

NE Auditor questions distribution of money intended for low-income children
Education Week

TN: Schools face challenges to reach federal education standards
Chattanooga Times Free Press

UT: Teacher drain: Differential pay, mentoring are suggested antidotes
Salt Lake Tribune

Published Wednesday, Jul. 18, 2007

In the News on July 17, 2007

FEDERAL/NCLB

NCLB Seen as Curbing Low, High Achievers’ Gains
Education Week

DESEGREGATION

Gary Orfield & Erica Frankenberg: What’s next for educators, and for society, after the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling?
Education Week

STATE ROUNDUP

AL officials: 'Crisis' may be looming in teaching field
Press-Register

NE Auditor questions distribution of money intended for low-income children
Education Week

TN: Schools face challenges to reach federal education standards
Chattanooga Times Free Press

UT: Teacher drain: Differential pay, mentoring are suggested antidotes
Salt Lake Tribune

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