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Weekly NewsBriefs 9/25/23 - 10/1/23

Oregon schools pilot shift away from testing kindergarteners during first teacher meeting – By Julia Silverman, The Oregonian Every fall from 2013 to 2019, incoming Oregon kindergartne...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 9/18/23 - 9/24/23

Alabama K-12 officials seek $6.2 billion budget for literacy, principals, teachers – By Tricia Powell Crain, AL.com Alabama education officials will seek an 11% increase in the state b...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 9/11/23 - 9/17/23

As charter schools expand in New Hampshire, the push is on to find more space – By Brace McFadden, NHPR When Compass Classical Academy first prepared to begin classes in 2015, it faced...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 9/4/23 - 9/10/23

Arizona superintendent to use COVID relief for $40 million tutoring program – By Terry Tang, AP News Arizona is channeling $40 million in federal COVID-19 relief funding toward tutorin...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 8/28/23 - 9/3/23

Student-teacher ratios: How the gaps are growing in all 50 states – By Matt Zalaznick, District Administrator There are few superintendents who aren’t l osing sleep over staffing thei...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 8/21/23 - 8/27/23

3 superintendents who say attendance is their top priority this year – By Micah Ward, District Administration When a student misses a day of school, they’ve missed out on an entire day...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 8/14/23 - 8/20/23

State Board of Education approves teacher retention recommendations – By Julius Evans, KOMU The State Board of Education approved recommendations regarding teacher retention at its mee...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 8/7/23 - 8/13/23

How many students will be using state dollars for private education? - By Zach Fisher, who.12.com It has been more than six months since Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds signed her school cho...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 7/31/23 - 8/6/23

Education and Labor Departments Announce Efforts to Support Teacher Prep Programs – by Arrman Kyaw, DiverseEducation.com The U.S. Departments of Education (ED) and Labor (DoL) have ann...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 7/24/23 - 7/30/23

At Kentucky Governor’s Scholars Program, ESSER funds help students find community in diversity – By Brennan Eberwine, Northern Kentucky Tribune When students meet each other for the first ...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 7/17/23 - 7/23/23

Wisconsin governor signs bill overhauling elementary reading education – By Harm Venhuisen, Associated Press Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers signed a bill into law Wednesday overhauling the...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 7/10/23 - 7/16/23

K12 disruptor ChatGPT is facing a federal consumer safety investigation, reports say – By Matt Zalaznick, District Administrator The probe is "the most potent regulatory threat&q...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 7/3/23 - 7/9/23

Early childhood education funds restored by Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards – By John Dupont, Plaquemine Post South Iberville Parish School Superintendent Dr. Louis Voiron said last Fr...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 6 /26/23 - 7/2/23

Mass. adjusts licensing rules amid teacher shortage – By Sam Drysdale, State House News Service The state education board voted Tuesday to amend licensing regulations in an effort to a...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 6/19/23 - 6/25/23

5 North Alabama counties getting new Pre-K classrooms through Alabama First Class Pre-K program – By Josiah Elmore, News19 Governor Kay Ivey announced the expansion of the Alabama Firs...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 6/12/23 - 6/18/23

Colorado teacher prep programs ranked first in nation for reading instruction, report says – By Ann Schmike and Sara Martin, Chalkbeat Colorado is the top state in the nation for how i...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 6/5/23 - 6/11/23

Students may see more civics education next year – By Amanda Pirani, New Hampshire Bulletin A new state civics textbook is one step closer to reaching the desks of New Hampshire studen...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 5/29/23 - 6/4/23

A New Feature of Teacher Prep Programs? Compensating Future Educators for Their Time – By Emily Tate Sullivan, EdSurge The request came from the students. Those who were enrolled in —...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 5/22/23 - 5/28/23

U.S. Department of Education Shares Insights and Recommendations for Artificial Intelligence – US Department of Education Today, the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Educati...

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Weekly NewsBriefs 5/15/23 - 5/21/23

CT to combat teacher shortage with $3M for recruitment, support – By Jessica Harkay, CT Mirror State officials announced Tuesday a $3 million initiative focused on the hiring and train...

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