Monthly Archives: March 2017

MT @educationweek: A river of white stud

MT @educationweek: A river of white students—and only a trickle of minority students—flows into AP classrooms. https://t.co/PVoAnpiHTl

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they oppose the recommendation, which wo

they oppose the recommendation, which would eliminate direct funding of regional agencies http://ow.ly/JKQA30aeZiK

Jurisdictions that willfully refuse to c

Jurisdictions that willfully refuse to comply are not eligible to receive Federal grants. http://ow.ly/Ci2X30aeZa6

Afterschool programs can be a setting fo

Afterschool programs can be a setting for supporting #SEL because of the flexibility they have in their programming. http://ow.ly/2WHV30ac2ll

It is not enough for school districts to

It is not enough for school districts to get by with minimal instruction for special needs children. https://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2017/03/22/us/ap-us-supreme-court-special-education.html?_r=0

Officials could restructure the district

Officials could restructure the district’s pension plans or reexamine the district’s generous health benefits… http://ow.ly/ZN5t30a82pH

Instead of API’s numeric score, the new

Instead of API’s numeric score, the new dashboard grades schools on a curve and provides a color-coded gauge. http://ow.ly/GSlq30a80j9

RT @educationweek: .@PoliticsK12: Here’

RT @educationweek: .@PoliticsK12: Here’s What Key Lawmakers Told State Chiefs About ESSA, Budget https://t.co/4qmHud6jH2 #edpolitics

State law allows moratoriums to last for

State law allows moratoriums to last for up to two years for land use issues. http://ow.ly/RJCH30a800v

Congress authorized the reimbursement of

Congress authorized the reimbursement of snacks to children enrolled in after-school programs, which may now be cut. http://ow.ly/tRGR30a83u4