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In the News on June 27,2007

Supreme Court Revisits School Segregation * Report: States Urged on Teacher Qualifications * Rural ed funding still an issue * N.H. to raise dropout age * Helping black teens prevail

Supreme Court Revisits School Segregation – a parent’s view
NPR

Report: States Urged on Teacher Qualifications
By NANCY ZUCKERBROD, Washington Post

IA: Lawmakers say state failing to educate youth offenders
Blackwell Thomas, Quad City Times

MT: Rural ed funding still an issue
Laura Tode, Billings Gazette

CA: Helping black teens prevail
Stephen Magagnini, Sacramento Bee

NH: Lynch OKs raising N.H. dropout age
KEVIN LANDRIGAN, Nashua Telegraph

OR: Bills use lottery, construction tax to assist schools
Steve Law, Statesman

PA: Charter schools booming in the suburbs
Lini S. Kadaba, Philadelphia Inquirer

Published Thursday, Jun. 28, 2007

In the News on June 27,2007

Supreme Court Revisits School Segregation – a parent’s view
NPR

Report: States Urged on Teacher Qualifications
By NANCY ZUCKERBROD, Washington Post

IA: Lawmakers say state failing to educate youth offenders
Blackwell Thomas, Quad City Times

MT: Rural ed funding still an issue
Laura Tode, Billings Gazette

CA: Helping black teens prevail
Stephen Magagnini, Sacramento Bee

NH: Lynch OKs raising N.H. dropout age
KEVIN LANDRIGAN, Nashua Telegraph

OR: Bills use lottery, construction tax to assist schools
Steve Law, Statesman

PA: Charter schools booming in the suburbs
Lini S. Kadaba, Philadelphia Inquirer

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