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In the News on July 25, 2007

Students, schools fear end of racial diversity * Focus on 2 R's Cuts Time for the Rest, Report Says * Groups Lay Out Teacher Compensation -'Essentials'

Editorial: School Choice and Racial Balance
Wall Street Journal

Groups Lay Out Teacher Compensation ‘Essentials’
Education Week

Students, schools fear end of racial diversity
The Washington Post

Focus on 2 R’s Cuts Time for the Rest, Report Says
New York Times

STATE ROUNDUP

Arizona dropout rate on decline
The Arizona Republic

Arizona lawmakers buck court order to fully fund ELL programs
Arizona Republic

Georgia kids don't fare well in report
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Iowa scores 7th in nation for child well-being
Des Moines Register

Johnston school busing issues still simmering
Des Moines Register

Opinion: Schools should cash in on privatization success
Detroit News

At IPS: empty seats, but full steam ahead
Indianapolis Star

Louisiana ninth-graders to receive extra help
Advocate Capitol News Bureau

School board to examine testing rules
Baltimore Sun

State's children better off but still in bottom half nationally
The (Raleigh, N.C.) News and Observer

SmART summer arts program helps students grow
The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer

Oklahoma governor pushes for voluntary learning programs for 3-year-olds
News Oklahoma

Tennessee sets aside $25 million to expand voluntary pre-k program
Chattanooga Times Free Press

Texas lowers drop-out rates, but higher teen birth-rates
The Statesman

Critics lament 'broken' state school system'
Houston Chronicle

Published Thursday, Jul. 26, 2007

In the News on July 25, 2007

Editorial: School Choice and Racial Balance
Wall Street Journal

Groups Lay Out Teacher Compensation ‘Essentials’
Education Week

Students, schools fear end of racial diversity
The Washington Post

Focus on 2 R’s Cuts Time for the Rest, Report Says
New York Times

STATE ROUNDUP

Arizona dropout rate on decline
The Arizona Republic

Arizona lawmakers buck court order to fully fund ELL programs
Arizona Republic

Georgia kids don't fare well in report
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Iowa scores 7th in nation for child well-being
Des Moines Register

Johnston school busing issues still simmering
Des Moines Register

Opinion: Schools should cash in on privatization success
Detroit News

At IPS: empty seats, but full steam ahead
Indianapolis Star

Louisiana ninth-graders to receive extra help
Advocate Capitol News Bureau

School board to examine testing rules
Baltimore Sun

State's children better off but still in bottom half nationally
The (Raleigh, N.C.) News and Observer

SmART summer arts program helps students grow
The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer

Oklahoma governor pushes for voluntary learning programs for 3-year-olds
News Oklahoma

Tennessee sets aside $25 million to expand voluntary pre-k program
Chattanooga Times Free Press

Texas lowers drop-out rates, but higher teen birth-rates
The Statesman

Critics lament 'broken' state school system'
Houston Chronicle

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