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Tulsa Public Schools to Lose $1.75M With New Flat Education Budget

Oklahoma school district leaders were expecting to see the same funds as last year during the upcoming school year, but a state Department of Education announcement this week delivered some unwelcome news.

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Torrington Conn. Board of Ed. Exploring Charter School Inside Torrington High

A new Connecticut law allowing local and regional boards of education to establish a charter school within their district has Torrington officials making plans to bring a magnet school into Torrington High School within a year.

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Ga. Freezes Funds for School District

The Georgia Department of Education says it’s freezing the disbursement of certain federal funds to the Dougherty County School System until the district resolves allocation and expenditure issues.

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S.C. Schools Chief Calls Waiver From Federal Provisions an Opportunity to Transform Education

A waiver from key provisions of the No Child Left Behind law provides a once-in-a-generation opportunity to transform education in South Carolina, said state schools Superintendent Mick Zais. 

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Florida DOE Revises School Grades

On Friday, July 20, 2012, the Florida Department of Education notified 40 superintendents around the State of Florida about preliminary revisions to the initial school grades released earlier this month.

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Dropout Rate in Texas Shows Positive Signs

When it comes to the number of students who graduate from its public high schools, Texas is not accustomed to being called a success.

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Ankeny (Iowa) School District Sues Former Superintendent

The Ankeny (Iowa) School District has filed a lawsuit against its former superintendent, claiming he misled officials about whether he had a new job lined up when he negotiated a $176,000 exit agreement.

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Mastery Test Results Show Some Narrowing Of Achievement Gap in CT

Connecticut's high-stakes standardized test scores show incremental improvement for elementary school students, mixed results for high school students and a slight narrowing of the state's yawning achievement gap between low- and higher-income students.

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Gregg Calls for Early Child Education Program

Indiana should join the vast majority of states in paying for pre-kindergarten programs, Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Gregg said.

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