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Onondaga Central Schools (N.Y.) hires new superintendent

The Onondaga Central School District has hired Robin L. Price, a principal in the Oneida City School District, as its new superintendent.

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Hacienda La Puente USD picks Parulan-Colfer as new superintendent

Largest school district in California's San Gabriel Valley promotes Interim Superintendent Cynthia Parulan-Colfer to top spot.

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Shenandoah Co. Public Schools (Va.) selects Jeremy Raley as superintendent

Jeremy Raley, currently the district's assistant superintendent of administration and finance, begins his new job on Nov. 1.

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Princeton Public Schools appoints Stephen Cochrane as new superintendent

After serving in a wide variety of educational positions, from university admissions to elementary classroom teaching, Stephen Cochrane says he's returning to the town where he found the inspiration for his career.

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Buffalo schools’ lost savings blamed on administrators’ job protections

One of the reasons the reorganization of the Buffalo Public Schools administration ended up costing taxpayers $1.6 million instead of saving $2 million is that many longtime administrators were protected.

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Columbus City Schools’ hiring, training plans uncertain

Columbus City Schools’ proposed property-tax levy dedicates $8.5 million a year to “recruit, retain and train high-quality teachers and principals,” but officials have no detailed plan for how that money would be spent.

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Embattled charter chain fights to add schools in Florida

Orange County and other school districts are making persistent efforts to enforce local standards amid charter-friendly changes to the law by the Legislature.

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Study finds recession hit Camden, N.J. schools worst in state

A study of New Jersey school district finances before and after the recession found that Camden's schools were financially hit the hardest by the market collapse.

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More Los Angeles schools opening Advanced Placement courses to all students

Some students may not be adequately prepared for the rigorous classes and high achievers may be shut out. But supporters see equal access as an educational right.

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Schools fear shutdown’s threat to lunch programs

The National School Lunch and Breakfast Program could soon be a casualty of the partial government shutdown, leaving millions of children without an important source of nutrition, a group representing school nutrition workers warned Congress on Friday.

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