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Articles: At-Risk

The National Core Arts Standards were released in October. They emphasize developing artistic ideas, refining them, and following projects through to completion. (Americans for the Arts/Scott Cronan Photography)
2/23/2015
Alison DeNisco
Updated National Core Arts Standards add media arts such as animation, film, gaming and computer design
Andre D. Spencer is superintendent of the Harrison School District Two in Colorado Springs, Colo.
2/18/2015
Andre P. Spencer
Superintendent writes about a collaboration with local college and workforce programs that's boosting student success
Jasper County Public Schools was one of 36 rural, high-poverty districts to file a lawsuit against South Carolina, claiming that the state’s funding formula was unconstitutional.
1/23/2015
Alison DeNisco
Court finds state funding formula denies many poor, rural students their right to an adequate education
Superintendent Arthur W. Tate of Iowa’s Davenport public schools has launched several programs to keep at-risk students from dropping out.
12/9/2014
Ariana Rawls Fine
Davenport district keeping more students in school with data, community task force

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