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N.C. Bill Ties Corporate Breaks, Private Schools

Tens of thousands of North Carolina public school students would leave for private classrooms if they got tuition help of up to $4,000 a year funded by corporations able to donate their money instead of paying state taxes, an analysis showed for legislation introduced Wednesday.

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Arne Duncan Praises Twin Cities' Cooperative Efforts

U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan today lavished praise on several Twin Cities school districts, teachers unions and board members for the progressive nature of their relationships.

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Partnership for LA Schools Receives $1.6M in Foundation Backing for Digital Learning Initiative

The Partnership for Los Angeles Schools today announced it has received 1.6 million dollars from several leading California foundations to support its Digital Learning initiative--a program that brings technology and education software into classrooms serving nearly 17,000 low income students across Los Angeles.

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Worcester County (Md.) Schools Picks Superintendent

A Colorado educator is taking over for retiring Superintendent Jon Andes.

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Detroit Schools, City Officials Team Up to Redevelop Empty Schools

They range from a two-story English Tudor-style building with a swimming pool, fireplace and two glass conservatories to a sprawling, graffiti-laden structure ravaged by thieves.

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Cheating Inquiry Under Way at 2 Top-Rated City Schools

Two of the highest-ranking public elementary schools in New York City are under investigation for possible irregularities on state examinations, officials said.

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Florida's Education Chief Holds Forum in Tampa on FCAT

Florida's education chief will be in Tampa today to host the first in a series of public forums, part of a blitz to quell frustrations about the state's testing system.

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State Education Chief Joins in Celebrating Jefferson Parish Test Score Gains

Knowing that stress from the upheaval of widespread changes can cause an initial dip in achievement before improvements start to show, Superintendent James Meza said he braced himself for the test results from his first year of reforming Jefferson Parish public schools. Then on Wednesday, he rejoiced.

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Parents, Students need Additional Education on Cyberbullying

Acting out of what the judge called "colossal insensitivity," former Rutgers student Dharun Ravi was sentenced to 30 days in jail on Monday for spying on and invading the privacy of his roommate.

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Hundreds March in Opposition to Governor’s Education Cuts; Several Arrested

Amid chants of “Hey Corbett, you can’t hide, we can see your greedy side,” hundreds of protesters marched from the United Steelworkers building in downtown Pittsburgh to Governor Tom Corbett’s regional office on Fifth Avenue with signs that read, "Save our Schools."

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