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The State of Our Schools: Is Florida the Model? Mississippi’s Leaders Take a Cue

Florida is the origin of many of the reforms cited this year by Mississippi legislators – charter schools, scholarships to private schools, requiring third-graders to read at a certain level before they can advance and giving teachers performance bonuses.

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Should Schools Write off Penmanship?

Will the youth of our country revert back 100 years and create an X on a document for identification because they don’t know how to write?

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Michigan District Police to Increase Presence at Schools

Spurred in part by the deadly shootings last month at an elementary school in Connecticut, Shelby Township police officers will become more frequent visitors to schools in 2013.

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Auditor targets 100 More Ohio Schools

The state auditor has identified about 100 more Ohio schools that show signs they might have “ scrubbed” student data.

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Rural Montana Schools Re-evaluate Safety Policies after Sandy Hook

Schools across America are re-evaluating their policies, procedures and facilities in the wake of the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., and Thompson Falls is no different.

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Some Ohio Schools Don't Allow Seclusion, Have Restrictions on Restraints

Many Licking County school districts already have policies in place prohibiting seclusion rooms as well as limits on when restraint can be used.

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Akron Schools Disciplining Black Students at Higher Rate than Urban Districts

During the 2010-11 school year, Akron Public Schools disciplined black students at the highest rate of the eight largest urban districts in Ohio.

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California Gov. Brown to Shift Money to Poorer Schools

With a slowly recovering economy and the recent passage of temporary taxes, Gov. Brown now wants to move the additional educational dollars floating around to school districts serving poorer students and English learners.

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An IEP for Every Student? Using Technology to Provide Truly Differentiated Instruction

Paving an individual path to success: Creating IEPs for every student with the help of technology

5 effective steps to solving the bullying epidemic, and the tools to get you there

Learn how districts can use the latest technology to combat bullying, violence, drug abuse and other dangerous behavior.

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