Florida Department of Education formally adopts B.E.S.T. Standards | Bill would allow public schools in Kansas to pay for college tuition | NYC Council bill seeks to make free summer camp available to all city students | Getting Students to Give Back
Indiana lawmakers may decouple teacher evaluations from test scores | House passes bill requiring cursive writing to be taught | N.C. district aims for socioeconomically 'healthy' schools | Louisiana reinventing career & technical education
Walton Family Foundation expected to invest $200M in charters by mid-2020 | Literacy education, mental health services big requests in 2021 budget | Gov. DeSantis announces education changes in Naples | Gov. Tate Reeves signs law to cover gap in teacher pay
Want better attendance? Look at principal quality | In Illinois state board’s $9.64 billion budget ask | Gov. Kim Reynolds proposes state bureau to help prevent school shootings | Where have all the children gone?
California governor proposes nearly $1 billion for teachers | Texas education officials weigh new rules for charter school expansion | New vaping and tobacco tax to pay for free preschool in Colorado? | Liberal arts colleges deliver one of the highest returns
California’s effort to turn school staff into teachers starts to pay off | Kentucky to pay for the GED test for thousands | Utah governor requests tuition freeze among budget proposals | Newark students will learn how to protect the planet
What K–12 School Districts Need to Know About DRaaS | 'Grow Your Own' aims to address Montana teacher shortage | Department Wins $11 Million for Early Childhood Educations Centers | Higher Ed Inflation Rate Drops
Northam proposes $1.2B investment in K-12 education | Number of high school seniors ‘hooked’ on vaping more than doubled | Student numbers continue to slide at St. Paul Public Schools | Is School Choice Gutting Ohio’s Public Schools?
Newark on track to regain full control of its schools in 2020 | Houston school district asks federal judge to put the brakes on likely state takeover | State opens application for educator loan forgiveness | Northam proposes $94 million boost for early childhood education
Teachers Use Unfamiliar Lessons to Mine for Giftedness | ‘Everything We Wanted’ City, State Leaders Hail Education Bill | After WV made community college free, number of new students jumped 10% | Can colleges launch data science programs fast enough?
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