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In the News on June 22, 2007

Bill advances minutes, funds for P.E. classes * NH lawmakers agree on definition of 'adequacy' * Bill requires districts to adopt asthma plans * Fewer rated fluent in English

CA: Fewer rated fluent in English  
By Laurel Rosenhall, The Sacramento Bee

OR: Bill advances minutes, funds for P.E. classes
By Peter Wong, Statesman Journal (Salem)

IL: Higher test scores let kids skip summer class
By Kate N. Grossman, Chicago Sun-Times

NH: House, Senate negotiators agree on definition of 'adequacy'
By Staff Writers, The Associated Press, The Boston Globe

NH: Lawmakers Agree to Study Financing of N.H.’s K-12 Schools
By the Associated Press

AK: School funding unfair
By Katie Pesznecker, Anchorage Daily News

DE: Study - Educators need way to evaluate development classes
By Alison Kepner, The News Journal (New Castle-Wilmington)

FL: Pre-K schools must make grade  
By Leslie Postal, The Orlando Sentinel

GA: Educators bristle at funding for languages
By Betsy Gilliland, The Augusta Chronicle

LA: BESE ups graduation curriculum
By Barbara Leader, The News Star (Monroe)

NC: Study links poor reading with minority schools  
By Carolina Astigarraga, The News & Observer (Raleigh)

NV: NIAA votes to classify schools on enrollment
By The Associated Press, Nevada Appeal (Carson City)

OR: Bill requires districts to adopt asthma plans
By Peter Wong, Statesman Journal (Salem)

Feds judge states on special ed law
By Pauline Vu, Stateline.org Staff Writer

Published Monday, Jun. 25, 2007

In the News on June 22, 2007

CA: Fewer rated fluent in English  
By Laurel Rosenhall, The Sacramento Bee

OR: Bill advances minutes, funds for P.E. classes
By Peter Wong, Statesman Journal (Salem)

IL: Higher test scores let kids skip summer class
By Kate N. Grossman, Chicago Sun-Times

NH: House, Senate negotiators agree on definition of 'adequacy'
By Staff Writers, The Associated Press, The Boston Globe

NH: Lawmakers Agree to Study Financing of N.H.’s K-12 Schools
By the Associated Press

AK: School funding unfair
By Katie Pesznecker, Anchorage Daily News

DE: Study - Educators need way to evaluate development classes
By Alison Kepner, The News Journal (New Castle-Wilmington)

FL: Pre-K schools must make grade  
By Leslie Postal, The Orlando Sentinel

GA: Educators bristle at funding for languages
By Betsy Gilliland, The Augusta Chronicle

LA: BESE ups graduation curriculum
By Barbara Leader, The News Star (Monroe)

NC: Study links poor reading with minority schools  
By Carolina Astigarraga, The News & Observer (Raleigh)

NV: NIAA votes to classify schools on enrollment
By The Associated Press, Nevada Appeal (Carson City)

OR: Bill requires districts to adopt asthma plans
By Peter Wong, Statesman Journal (Salem)

Feds judge states on special ed law
By Pauline Vu, Stateline.org Staff Writer

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