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In Wash., are weak teaching evaluations worth $44 million?

The U.S. Department of Education has given the state a temporary waiver from No Child Left Behind law. But the waiver depends on adoption of the “must” language of Senate Bill 5246.

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Students need college counseling more than ever

While scaling back some programs is inevitable, recent news stories about deep cuts in high school counseling positions are especially disturbing. In these times of economic stress, students need college counseling more than ever.

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San Antonio ISD names lone superintendent finalist

In Texas, the South San Antonio ISD trustees voted to name its interim superintendent, Abelardo “Abe” Saavedra, as the lone finalist to lead the district.

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NJ district names first female superintendent

Louise Clarke will be sworn in as superintendent of the East Rutherford-Carlstadt district on July 1, becoming the first female leader in the district's history, and a rare superintendent to be hired from within.

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Montana schools get grants for oil/natural gas impact

The Office of Public Instruction has announced nine grants totaling nearly $450,000 to districts impacted by oil and natural gas production.

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ASCD releases 2014 PD Online course catalog for K12 educators

The new catalog offers more than 100 user-friendly courses developed by ASCD authors and experts available anytime, anywhere to educators, including 21 new PD Online courses.

ASCD offers expanded onsite and blended professional learning

The organization announced the new ASCD Professional Learning Services, enabling districts to receive greater customized professional development, available in on-site or blended solutions.

Delaware report: School anti-bullying compliance spotty

Most school districts are complying with new state laws aimed at battling bullying, but fewer than half of charter schools have adopted new cyberbullying rules.

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Hartford libraries and schools team up to maximize services

The Connecticut capitol’s schools and libraries formed a partnership aimed at allowing students to take fuller advantage of library resources through programs tailored to the families served by each school.

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