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Missouri Schools Would Be Required to Verify Immigration Status of Students Under New Proposal

Missouri could be the next battleground in a nationwide fight over tougher immigration laws.

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Scott Touts Jobs, Less Taxes, More Money for Schools

Gov. Rick Scott welcomed back the Legislature to an election-year session Tuesday with an upbeat State of the State speech that centered on creating jobs, holding the line on taxes and spending more on schools.

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Opinion: Dark Days for State’s Education Budget

Gov. Jerry Brown hopes to convince Californians to vote for tax hike to support schools.

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Apple Plans Education Announcement in New York on January 19th

Apple Inc. plans to make an education-related announcement in New York on Jan. 19, pushing further into a market it penetrated early on with computers that won a following among students and schools.

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U.S. Education Secretary Cautions New York on Race to the Top

In a progress report Tuesday on New York's Race to the Top grant, the U.S. Education Department said it has concerns about the state's lack of recent progress on new data and teacher-evaluation systems.

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Chinese Applications to U.S. Schools Skyrocket

 China sends more of its students to America than any other country. During the 2010-11 academic year, 157,588 Chinese students were studying in the U.S. – an increase of 23 percent from the previous year, according to the Institute of International Education.

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Dark Days for California's Education Budget

Governor Brown hopes to convince Californians to tax themselves to support schools.

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CPS Contract Negotiations Unpredictable

Several factors make it tougher for Chicago teachers to strike.

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West Va. Education Audit Finds Millions in Inefficiencies, Recommends Restructuring

West Virginia state education officials, teachers, lawmakers and others continue to wade through an expansive public education audit released by the Governor’s office.

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Kansas Democrats Offer School Finance Plan

Kansas Democrats said that they want to spend some of the state's expected revenue surplus to restore funding to Kansas public schools that has been cut in recent years.

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