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CO Candidates Focus On Schools
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Jun 1, 6:28 AM:

The two men vying to be mayor of Denver both say they support ed reform, including endorsing system's reform strategy, charter schools and more accountability. No specifics here on what either would/could DO to impact those >

Why Are ID Parents Demanding Referendum On Reform
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May 27, 11:12 AM:

Parents, union searching for signatures to sponsor referendum on ID reforms. But why? Standard-Examiner declines to ask them. What are the specific problems with the bill? Story becomes a shouting match between two sides without >

Covert Charter Campaign In Albany?
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May 18, 6:42 AM:

Underhanded attack on public schools by charters coming to your mailbox? That’s the accusation by Times-Union, and the evidence seems to suggest it’s true. What’s left to the imagination, though, is why. Reporter should have >

CO Mayoral Candidates Support Ed Reform
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May 17, 6:58 AM:

Both Denver mayoral candidates support school reform, but their supporters are divided. Reporters should outline differences in policies. Lotsa talk about reform, but what does it involve and is it working? More facts and issues >

Playing The Political Game
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May 2, 12:54 PM:

Mailer ruffles feathers in MI school board election race. Yet another example of politics dominating discussion while student needs are neglected. Article allows for soundbites referencing “the children,” but spends energy on >

NJ: No Candidate Shortage
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May 2, 7:03 AM:

Campaign costs for school board races more than doubled since 2001. Reasons for more candidates clear. Some in Newark may not like change. Also, unclear if spending up because more people in race or because those running spending >

NJ Voters Back Budgets
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Apr 28, 10:47 AM:

NJ voters approved most school district budgets at ballot, reversing trend from previous year. Wondering what changed their minds. Some generalizations offered, but need to delve into specifics of budgets. Was it a mood swing or >

Local School Budget Vote
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Apr 25, 11:28 AM:

NJ voters head to the polls to cast ballots on school spending plans. No challenge here of claim charter schools drain budgets. Traditional public schools don't lose money because dollars follow the student -- if kids aren't in >

NJ Board Race Questions
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Apr 15, 12:30 PM:

Ridgewood Ed candidates talk teacher evaluations, tenure, and property taxes in a Q&A session with voters. They all agree tenure and evals must change, but different ideas for how. No mention of views on charters, choice or >

Appointed Superintendents Remain
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Apr 13, 6:28 AM:

Bill to elect superintendents in some TN counties fails by 1 vote in House committee. Chairman reasons "too much reform" for citizens to handle right now, but what's the reason for wanting change? Want to know if appointed board >

OK Ed Power Shift
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Apr 11, 1:55 PM:

Gov Fallin signs law that gives elected state super all the duties previously held by appointed state ed board. Politics involved in decision detailed and implications outlined along with summary of reform efforts lawmakers >

Boost IL Communications
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Apr 11, 12:56 PM:

Re-elected Stevenson High School District Board members say their opponents were right --  they need to communicate more with residents. It would be good if article communicated more with readers: What will the school board be >

Vote On Tax To Aid Schools
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Mar 31, 2:34 PM:

Davis, CA, voters will decide whether to raise parcel taxes on property to protect key ed programs from budget crunch. Possible program and staff cuts seem dire, but has there been a thorough view of all alternatives? Unclear.

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