K12 Headlines

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October 27-30, 2013

Orlando, Fla.

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Department of Education

Washington, DC

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University of Utah Health Care
Salt Lake City, Utah

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Tucson Unified School District

Tucson, Ariz.

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A vendor contracted by the Boston Public School system to print student identification badges lost a flash drive with basic data for more than 21,000 middle and high school students, prompting the school system to redesign the badges to prevent the lost data from being misused, officials said.

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Approved courses must align with national and state standards, ensuring all students receive rigorous, high-quality preparation in core and elective content areas.

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Instead of making the schools safer, we've simply managed to make them more authoritarian.

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Here is an unlikely duel: It's Jeb Bush, former Florida governor and possible 2016 GOP presidential hopeful, vs. Matt Damon, actor and activist, over school accountability measures.

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In June, with no funding in sight, Philadelphia School District officials laid off 3,859 district employees, saying the district couldn't afford to pay their salaries anymore. Nonetheless, district officials are still hiring, prompting questions about staff priorities.

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Public schools’ standardized test scores will drop this year, June Atkinson, state superintendent of public instruction, said Monday.

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Students heading back to the classroom in Moore, Okla. on Friday nearly three months after a massive tornado destroyed their schools will find a "new normal," their superintendent says, with some pupils attending classes in a church and others in a building loaned by a junior high.

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California schools may give students insulin injections and other medications without having to call in licensed nurses, the state's highest court ruled Monday.

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September 4, 2013

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September 11, 2013

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In 2011, the Hillsborough County school district took the unusual step of embracing single-gender education, establishing separate boys’ and girls’ academies in a pair of middle schools in east Tampa.

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