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In the News on July 2, 2007

Money, Not Race, Fuels New Push to Buoy Schools * Seattle Schools Take Stock after Justices Issue Ruling * Using socioeconomics to diversify schools is gaining attention * Editorial: 'No Child' in the Crosshairs * Do Vouchers in DC Pass the Test?

Money, Not Race, Fuels New Push to Buoy Schools
New York Times

Guest Blogger: Jim Ryan on Seattle Schools and Bakke
American Constitution Society for Law and Policy Blog

Researchers Cite Evidence for Race-Conscious Policies
Education Week

Opinion: Supreme Gibberish
Wall Street Journal

Editorial: Thwarting equity
The Louisville, Kentucky Courier Journal

Seattle Schools Take Stock after Justices Issue Ruling
New York Times

Jefferson County Plans to Consider Options
Education Week

Court Ruling Likely to Further Segregate Schools, Educators Say
Washington Post

Using socioeconomics to diversify schools is gaining attention
New Jersey Star Ledger

SCHOOL FUNDING LITIGATION/POLICY

Gov. Lynch signs bill defining adequate education in NH
Union Leader

FEDERAL/NCLB

Editorial: 'No Child' in the Crosshairs
Washington Post

EDITORIAL/OPINION

Opinion: Owning Up to Failure
New York Times

Opinion: School vouchers would grant parents a choice
The Atlanta-Journal Constitution

Do Vouchers in DC Pass the Test?
Washington Post

OTHER NEWS

Korea's New School Of Thought
Business Week

STATE ROUNDUP

Number of Failing Public Schools Quadruples in Florida
Education Week

In MN, suburbs are starting to turn to summer school as a way to raise test scores
Twincities.com

Small Schools Are Ahead in Graduation
New York Times

Opinion: Money for Nothing
New York Times

Published Tuesday, Jul. 3, 2007

In the News on July 2, 2007

Money, Not Race, Fuels New Push to Buoy Schools
New York Times

Guest Blogger: Jim Ryan on Seattle Schools and Bakke
American Constitution Society for Law and Policy Blog

Researchers Cite Evidence for Race-Conscious Policies
Education Week

Opinion: Supreme Gibberish
Wall Street Journal

Editorial: Thwarting equity
The Louisville, Kentucky Courier Journal

Seattle Schools Take Stock after Justices Issue Ruling
New York Times

Jefferson County Plans to Consider Options
Education Week

Court Ruling Likely to Further Segregate Schools, Educators Say
Washington Post

Using socioeconomics to diversify schools is gaining attention
New Jersey Star Ledger

SCHOOL FUNDING LITIGATION/POLICY

Gov. Lynch signs bill defining adequate education in NH
Union Leader

FEDERAL/NCLB

Editorial: 'No Child' in the Crosshairs
Washington Post

EDITORIAL/OPINION

Opinion: Owning Up to Failure
New York Times

Opinion: School vouchers would grant parents a choice
The Atlanta-Journal Constitution

Do Vouchers in DC Pass the Test?
Washington Post

OTHER NEWS

Korea's New School Of Thought
Business Week

STATE ROUNDUP

Number of Failing Public Schools Quadruples in Florida
Education Week

In MN, suburbs are starting to turn to summer school as a way to raise test scores
Twincities.com

Small Schools Are Ahead in Graduation
New York Times

Opinion: Money for Nothing
New York Times

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