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Feeling the Pinch, Libraries Defend Duties








 

From Smart Construction to Smart Learning








 

Creating Technology Literate Educators


2009 Ed Budget Stirs School Reform Pot


President Bush's proposed FY 2009 education budget-described by Department of Education officials as providing "historic support" for the federal No Child Left Behind law-boasts increased monies for Title I, Pell and IDEA Grants as well as Reading First, but it also proposes cuts or eliminations of programs in vocational and technical education and the arts.








 

In the world of corporate philanthropy, there are those who give to educational causes. And then there is Eli Broad.


No Lawsuit Left Behind


On the same day President Bush marked the sixth anniversary of the federal No Child Left Behind law by visiting a Chicago elementary school and proclaiming, "I know NCLB has worked," a federal appeals court ruled in favor of a group of school districts that had filed a lawsuit against the education act in 2005.


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