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In the News on July 9, 2007

Advocates for Students With Disabilities Balk at Proposed NCLB Changes * Who's behind the integration decision? * Merit pay movement gaining momentum in NY * Alabama colleges say 28% of freshmen unprepared * Make education top civil rights mission

FEDERAL/NCLB

Advocates for Students With Disabilities Balk at Proposed NCLB Changes
Education Week

EDITORIAL/OPINION

Opinion: Rights, Wrongs and the Real Task for D.C. Schools
Washington Post

Opinion: Who's behind the integration decision?
Los Angeles Times

Opinion: Obama’s School Uniform
Wall Street Journal

Editorial: A MD KIPP school may have to close due to the antipathy
Washington Post

Editorial: Make education top civil rights mission
Detroit News

Opinion: Merit pay movement gaining momentum
New York Daily News

OTHER NEWS

Report: The number of charter schools increasing
Education Week

STATE ROUNDUP

Alabama colleges say 28% of freshmen unprepared
Montgomery Advertiser

Report: FL’s special education voucher program lacks accountability
Education Week

GA releases AYP results
Online Athens

Charter school performance unclear
Indianapolis Star

Opinion: OH education advocates fail to “recognize political realities”
The Plain Dealier

Utahns in poll say no to vouchers
Deseret News

Published Tuesday, Jul. 10, 2007

In the News on July 9, 2007