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In the News on June 26, 2007

Ex-aides break with President Bush on NCLB * KIPP's Mysterious Tale of Three Cities * Technology Educators Decry New Digital Divide * Harvard Project Identifies Keys to District Success * Licensing changes don't lower teacher standards

US: Ex-aides break with President Bush on NCLB
Amit Paley, Washington Post

KIPP's Mysterious Tale of Three Cities
Jay Matthews, Washington Post

Technology Educators Decry New Digital Divide
Education Week

Harvard Project Identifies Keys to District Success
Education Week

STATE ROUNDUP

AZ: Arizona faces new penalties over teaching English learners
Amanda Crawford, Arizona Republic

ID: ISAT language scores plummet throughout state
Bill Roberts and Anne Wallace, Idaho Statesman

IN: State offers $665 a child for full-day K
Kelly Soderlund, Fort Wayne The Journal Gazette

KS: Licensing changes don’t lower teacher standards, state board members say
John Hanna, Associated Press

LA: Tuition tax break sails past House:Proposal riles up teachers union chief
Bill Barrow, Times-Picayune

ME: State funding for sports, arts activities left intact
Nok-Noi Hauger, Bangor Daily News

MN releases state test results
Norman Draper and James Walsh, Star Tribune

NH Ed. Dept. releases "a new high school delivery model”
Education Week

NY: Some districts lack accountability pacts, “Contracts for Excellence”
Rick Karlin, Rochester Democrat & Chronicle

N.Y. Students With Disabilities Improving Slowly
Education Week

TN: Formula reform feared by rural school systems
Beverly Carroll, Chattanooga Times Free Press

Published Wednesday, Jun. 27, 2007

In the News on June 26, 2007

US: Ex-aides break with President Bush on NCLB
Amit Paley, Washington Post

KIPP's Mysterious Tale of Three Cities
Jay Matthews, Washington Post

Technology Educators Decry New Digital Divide
Education Week

Harvard Project Identifies Keys to District Success
Education Week

STATE ROUNDUP

AZ: Arizona faces new penalties over teaching English learners
Amanda Crawford, Arizona Republic

ID: ISAT language scores plummet throughout state
Bill Roberts and Anne Wallace, Idaho Statesman

IN: State offers $665 a child for full-day K
Kelly Soderlund, Fort Wayne The Journal Gazette

KS: Licensing changes don’t lower teacher standards, state board members say
John Hanna, Associated Press

LA: Tuition tax break sails past House:Proposal riles up teachers union chief
Bill Barrow, Times-Picayune

ME: State funding for sports, arts activities left intact
Nok-Noi Hauger, Bangor Daily News

MN releases state test results
Norman Draper and James Walsh, Star Tribune

NH Ed. Dept. releases "a new high school delivery model”
Education Week

NY: Some districts lack accountability pacts, “Contracts for Excellence”
Rick Karlin, Rochester Democrat & Chronicle

N.Y. Students With Disabilities Improving Slowly
Education Week

TN: Formula reform feared by rural school systems
Beverly Carroll, Chattanooga Times Free Press

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