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In the News on July 14-18, 2008

CT's recently released state standardized test scores indicate uneven performance * Sixty percent of Hawaii's public schools still fail to meet their progress goals under No Child Left Behind * Maine communities selected to participate study to measure effectiveness of various youth programming

State Roundup


In the News July 17, 2008

National/NCLB

  • McCain discusses education agenda during speech given at NAACP meeting. Top priorities include: school choice programs, direct federal resources to alternative teacher-certification programs, school-level funding for teacher merit pay, access to tutoring services, and fully funding NCLB.
    http://www.edweek.org/ew/articles/2008/07/16/44mccain_web.h27.html

School funding/Litigation

State Roundup

In the News on July 16, 2008

School funding/Litigation

State Roundup

Other News



In the News on July 15, 2008

Federal/NCLB

School Funding/Litigation

State Roundup



In the News on July 14, 2008

National/NCLB

State Roundup



Published Monday, Jul. 28, 2008

In the News on July 14-18, 2008

State Roundup


In the News July 17, 2008

National/NCLB

  • McCain discusses education agenda during speech given at NAACP meeting. Top priorities include: school choice programs, direct federal resources to alternative teacher-certification programs, school-level funding for teacher merit pay, access to tutoring services, and fully funding NCLB.
    http://www.edweek.org/ew/articles/2008/07/16/44mccain_web.h27.html

School funding/Litigation

State Roundup

In the News on July 16, 2008

School funding/Litigation

State Roundup

Other News



In the News on July 15, 2008

Federal/NCLB

School Funding/Litigation

State Roundup



In the News on July 14, 2008

National/NCLB

State Roundup



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