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In the News on July 6, 2007

Connecticut's school desegregation case back in court * Bid Rejected for More Aid to Small-City Schools in NY * Obama tells teachers he supports merit pay * Connecting school funding to learning * The end of integration * States Lag in ELL Curriculum Guidance * Schools Move Toward Following Students' Yearly Progress on Tests

Connecticut's school desegregation case back in court
Connecticut Courant

NY Bid Rejected for More Aid to Small-City Schools
New York Times

RI: 91 education bills pass muster as expected aid drops
Providence Journal

Schools plan for $700M windfall
New York Daily News

DECISION 2008

Obama tells teachers he supports merit pay
Philadelphia Inquirer

EDITORIAL/OPINION

Editorial: Connect school funding to learning
Star Tribune

Opinion: Having a choice makes a difference
Detroit News

Opinion: The End of Integration
New York Times

OTHER NEWS

States Lag in ELL Curriculum Guidance
Education Week

Schools Move Toward Following Students’ Yearly Progress on Tests
New York Times

Arkansas students' test scores improve, show smaller achievement gap
Arkansas News Bureau

Editorial: Smaller, Better High Schools
New York Times

Published Monday, Jul. 9, 2007

In the News on July 6, 2007

Connecticut's school desegregation case back in court
Connecticut Courant

NY Bid Rejected for More Aid to Small-City Schools
New York Times

RI: 91 education bills pass muster as expected aid drops
Providence Journal

Schools plan for $700M windfall
New York Daily News

DECISION 2008

Obama tells teachers he supports merit pay
Philadelphia Inquirer

EDITORIAL/OPINION

Editorial: Connect school funding to learning
Star Tribune

Opinion: Having a choice makes a difference
Detroit News

Opinion: The End of Integration
New York Times

OTHER NEWS

States Lag in ELL Curriculum Guidance
Education Week

Schools Move Toward Following Students’ Yearly Progress on Tests
New York Times

Arkansas students' test scores improve, show smaller achievement gap
Arkansas News Bureau

Editorial: Smaller, Better High Schools
New York Times

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