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Strategies revealed for effective delivery of K-12 Online Education | N.H. is expanding paid internships for high school students | School districts get creative to meet student needs | Education officials say teacher shortage is widespread 

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Most mask mandates ended, but now are slowly returning | Indiana program supporting college credit expands to cities | Law leaves little wiggle room special ed teacher requirements | NJ public preschools get $198M from feds, $68M from state

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Tougher rules in how high schools are graded | Ed Dept urges discipline bias protections | Teacher shortages leading to fewer in child care | Key considerations to ensure effectiveness of new 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

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Kansas may ditch class hours for real-world training | Hochul signs NYC mayoral control bill into law | Lawmakers plan response to boost Indiana college-going rate | Governor signs bills to promote broadband infrastructure and digital equity

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NYC rolling out 2 virtual learning programs | Indiana teachers who will switch to special education | State Education Officials Reach Deal to Improve School District | Education voucher program works its way through the Pennsylvania Senate

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Money for Children’s Educations | What the latest test results say about academic acceleration | Bipartisan, bicameral Keep Kids Fed Act extends some meal waivers | New Missouri law, scoring 3 on an AP exam will earn students college credit 

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NYC Education Dept. bans widely-used online gradebook | Secretary Cardona lays out vision to support the teaching profession | Alabama schools to see steep cuts in state funding | NYC public school families to receive $375 per child  

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Chicago Public Schools data breach affects nearly 500K students | Fewer college students choosing to major in education | Reading intervention bill gets through by close House vote | Statement from Secretary Cardona on Tragic Events at Robb Elementary School

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Other forces are working against K-12 leaders  | Texas will resume grading public schools based on STAAR test results | Coding, financial literacy stressed over languages in Michigan bills | Idaho Charters Leverage State Borrowing Law to Save Millions 

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Education Department Announces 161 Students to be Honored | Schools Get Creative About Luring Back Lost Students | Bill that Lowers Substitute Teacher Requirements in Ohio Could Get Extension | 2 Pittsburgh-area Schools to go Remote this Week 

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