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In the News on June 21, 2007

Feds judge states on special ed law * Many schools face overhaul under No Child Left Behind * Schools await desegregation ruling * For immigrants, no papers, high tuition close college doors * Blacks, Latinos gain ground on state tests * Georgia Teachers fear students will drop out if state toughens graduation requirements

CA: Bad math requires governor's team to redo schools plan

By Ed Mendel, The San Diego Union-Tribune

CT: State Aid for schools survives in budget plan
By Ted Mann, The Day (New London)

GA: Teachers fear students will drop out if state toughens graduation requirements  
By Bridget Gutierrez, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (registration)

HI: Lingle OKs $20 million for upgrades at Oahu schools 
Honolulu Star-Bulletin

IL: Suburban school districts receive arts and language grants
By Emily Krone, Daily Herald (Arlington Heights)

MD: Blacks, Latinos gain ground on state tests
By Marcus Moore, The Gazette (Gaithersburg)

MI: Bills aim to cut teacher benefits
By Chris Andrews, Lansing State Journal

MT: Schweitzer signs full-day kindergarten bill
By Gwen Florio, Great Falls Tribune

NM: Education Department sides with teacher over disputed grade  
By The Associated Press, Santa Fe New Mexican (registration)

NY: State lawmakers OK $6 million for district
By Delen Goldberg, Syracuse Post-Standard

OH: Pressure's on Strickland to allow special vouchers
By Jim Siegel, The Columbus Dispatch

OR: For immigrants, no papers, high tuition close college doors
By Nikole Hannah-Jones, The Oregonian (Portland)

US: Schools await desegregation ruling
By Chris Kenning, The Courier-Journal (Louisville)

US: Many schools face overhaul under No Child Left Behind  
By Nancy Zuckerbrod, The Associated Press, The Houston Chronicle (registration)

Feds judge states on special ed law

By Pauline Vu, Stateline.org Staff Writer

Published Friday, Jun. 22, 2007

In the News on June 21, 2007


CA: Bad math requires governor's team to redo schools plan

By Ed Mendel, The San Diego Union-Tribune

CT: State Aid for schools survives in budget plan
By Ted Mann, The Day (New London)

GA: Teachers fear students will drop out if state toughens graduation requirements  
By Bridget Gutierrez, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (registration)

HI: Lingle OKs $20 million for upgrades at Oahu schools 
Honolulu Star-Bulletin

IL: Suburban school districts receive arts and language grants
By Emily Krone, Daily Herald (Arlington Heights)

MD: Blacks, Latinos gain ground on state tests
By Marcus Moore, The Gazette (Gaithersburg)

MI: Bills aim to cut teacher benefits
By Chris Andrews, Lansing State Journal

MT: Schweitzer signs full-day kindergarten bill
By Gwen Florio, Great Falls Tribune

NM: Education Department sides with teacher over disputed grade  
By The Associated Press, Santa Fe New Mexican (registration)

NY: State lawmakers OK $6 million for district
By Delen Goldberg, Syracuse Post-Standard

OH: Pressure's on Strickland to allow special vouchers
By Jim Siegel, The Columbus Dispatch

OR: For immigrants, no papers, high tuition close college doors
By Nikole Hannah-Jones, The Oregonian (Portland)

US: Schools await desegregation ruling
By Chris Kenning, The Courier-Journal (Louisville)

US: Many schools face overhaul under No Child Left Behind  
By Nancy Zuckerbrod, The Associated Press, The Houston Chronicle (registration)

Feds judge states on special ed law

By Pauline Vu, Stateline.org Staff Writer
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