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Teacher shortage means more Texas schools going virtual
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Sep 21, 6:04 AM: In classrooms all across Texas today, students were taught a lesson by a substitute teacher. It’s not because their regular teacher was out sick, but because they don't have a permanent instructor due to a statewide shortage. Now, >
Community Divided Over A Proposed New Home For Roxbury Prep Charter High School
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Sep 21, 5:59 AM: For the past few years, Roxbury Prep High School has been a schoolhouse divided: two campuses, five crosstown miles apart.
Opinion: Dark money groups' stand on Prop. 305 shows the public got played on voucher expansion
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Sep 21, 5:51 AM: The lack of support for Prop. 305 shows the true intent of the powers-that-be: to create an unlimited school-voucher program in Arizona.
Gov. Brown vetoes California bill that called for later school start times
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Sep 21, 5:38 AM: California’s middle and high schools won’t have to wait until at least 8:30 a.m. to begin classes because Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed a bill requiring the later start time.
Tennessee aims to support principals at rural schools
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Sep 21, 5:35 AM: Earlier this week, Education Commissioner Candice McQueen announced the inaugural class of the Tennessee Rural Principals Network, which is a part of Gov. Bill Haslam's Transforming School Leadership Initiative.
Educators see few benefits in ballot measure giving schools more financial flexibility
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Sep 21, 5:03 AM: State Question 801 would allow school leaders to spend money in their building fund — currently restricted for things like construction projects, maintenance and repairs, utilities, and custodians’ salaries — in new >
Charters vs. District: The Battle for San Francisco Public Schools
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Sep 21, 4:37 AM: Thirteen charter schools operate in San Francisco, with about 4,300 students. Like all charters, they call themselves public schools and don’t charge tuition.
Opinion: Charter schools move Arizona forward, but more can be done
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Sep 21, 4:32 AM: Arizona’s charter schools are indeed a success story for our state. Our leaders should be applauded for having the vision to carefully create a climate in which school choice benefits so many through specialized learning, improved >
Jeanne Allen: The education establishment channels Nero as Rome burns
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Sep 20, 7:20 AM: As educational failure continues to blaze, too many education and elected officials stoke the fires and fiddle. You may be sure that the parents of the students in Tulsa and Brooklyn want a way out for their children. There are two >
Commentary: How Unified Enrollment Systems Solve Some Problems And Cause Other Ones
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Sep 20, 7:16 AM: For those who may be unfamiliar, unified enrollment systems were created for cities that have a lot of potential school choices for families. Rather than admit students on a first come first served basis or have each and every >
Opinion: Marygrove, UM partnership will educate both teachers and students
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Sep 20, 7:15 AM: This is a new era, where education systems, from early childhood to primary to secondary, to postsecondary education are joined together in a common goal: We will all be teaching and learning together. We hope that our collaboration >
Opinion: The education debate Tony Evers and Scott Walker should be having but aren't
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Sep 20, 6:58 AM: According to McKinsey Global Institute, by 2030 about 23% of current work activity hours in the United States will be automated. The demand for some jobs will decrease, some will increase, and the largest increase will be new jobs >
DeWine, Cordray take the gloves off in first gubernatorial debate
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Sep 20, 6:41 AM: They fought over who would be tougher on crime, who is better equipped to tackle an opioid crisis that claims the lives of nearly 4,000 Ohioans a year, and who bears the blame for an online charter school's bilking of taxpayers for >
Opinion: Marygrove, UM partnership will educate both teachers and students
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Sep 20, 6:17 AM: There are a series of intentional, evidence-based practices that must be present between birth and career in order to create just, equitable, and efficacious educational systems. Current education research, however, does suggest >
Report: Iowa falling short of workforce education goals, especially among Hispanics, blacks
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Sep 20, 6:15 AM: The education gap is particularly bad for poor and minority workers. If Iowa fails to meet that goal, it will be difficult for the state to fill future jobs, more than two-thirds of which are expected to require more than a high >
Editorial: CMS offers an olive branch to the suburbs. It’s not enough
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Sep 20, 6:07 AM: The relationship between CMS and the suburbs has never been and will never be easy. CMS rightfully wants to push for diversity throughout its district, and suburban parents worry about what that might mean for the stability and >
Students express interest in arts charter high school in Bensalem
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Sep 20, 6:04 AM: The Bensalem arts charter high school is being proposed by the Northampton-based TLC Arts, which has started four arts charter schools in the Lehigh Valley, including a high school in Bethlehem, a middle school in Salisbury and >
CMS in the balance: Two Charlotte suburbs move toward building their own schools
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Sep 20, 6:00 AM: Facing an ultimatum from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg school board, two suburban towns voted Monday to study options for building and running their own public schools.
Column: Public charter schools can bolster conventional ISDs’ broader mission
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Sep 20, 5:55 AM: What the Families Empowered report shows is abundantly clear: Parents want more choices for their children’s education. With our increasingly diverse student body and pupils’ wildly diverse needs, no school can be the perfect fit >
Romano: We need education solutions not slogans from DeSantis, Gillum
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Sep 20, 5:53 AM: Florida politicians are the ones who have stifled innovation in education by needlessly meddling in curriculum and turning schools into testing assembly lines. Teachers have little discretion in the classroom, and creativity is >

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