California to add more computer science courses, teachers answering the call | Financial literacy could become requirement | How to Teach Handwriting and Why It Matters | High-school apprenticeships give kids a chance to earn money, credit, work experience
'Tech for Rural Districts' brings new resources to remote schools | 23 colleges and groups get $183.8M to expand apprenticeships | North Carolina bill seeks to rehire retired teachers | California finally to move ahead with 'cradle to career' data system
High school graduation would require fewer state tests under Senate plan | How much money are Illinois colleges getting in the new budget? | Houston ISD going all-in on wraparound services | Fairbury schools to test for nicotine in high school students
$11.5B Texas school finance bill signed into law | Summer training rewards AP teachers | New York repeals religious exemption for school vaccinations | Commission on Higher Education focuses on making college more affordable
CTE program pairs teens, preschoolers for STEM learning | Officials announce statewide opioid awareness initiative | Kentucky to expand school-based healthcare services for children | Higher Education’s Digital Transformation
Principals, teachers prioritize social-emotional skills for students | Boosting Aid with a tax on business | 47 states call On Betsy Devos to forgive student loans for disabled Veterans | Gov. Doug Ducey signs Arts Proficiency law
Chicago Public Schools wants a curriculum overhaul | California considers overhauling test for teachers in training | DA op-ed: Evaluating education technology for the classroom | Education program in Arkansas continues to progress in state
3rd year in school spending increases marked a "full recovery" from recession | College Board to add 'Adversity Score' to SAT | Oregon OKs expansion of federal free lunch program | Non-Degree credentials boost employment & life outcomes
Legislature dismantles Florida Virtual School board | VR coming to St. Aloysius curriculum | After years of debate, law increases oversight of virtual schools | State board unanimously approves first computer science standards
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