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Traditionally, districts like Selfridge ask the federal government to dispense Impact Aid early to help them make payroll
Democrats argue that Flakoll's proposal would take money from the $16.6 million allotted specifically for educational programs
John Legend, Saving Your Schools? Musician John Legend appeared at USC last night to promote his education reform agenda, according to the Daily Trojan. "If we think demography is destiny, we will allow our school system to confirm that belief," Legend said, echoing basically the entire reform movement. He serves on the board education advocacy group Stand for Children.
A former teacher, he headed up North Dakota's tourism department and has served as a state senator from 2006-10. He was the
So in 2010, Obama announced that in exchange for the waivers, states could agree to a plan that included parts of the Obama
Two test administrations hardly provide enough information for spotting trends. But the center for statistics said results
A few months later, however, the school board reversed its decision, saying the books will be available for students' independent
It's time for North Dakota -- and the handful of other states without meaningful anti-discrimination laws -- to pass legislation with teeth in it to protect the constitutional rights of every American citizen.
Grief counselors are now making themselves available at the campus of NDSU. "I don't believe I have ever been faced with
Simply mandating that young people remain in school without addressing the causes for their leaving will accomplish little.
In Texas, like other states, parents can refuse to disclose their child's Social Security number, and the student would be
Still, a few states have increased educational funding for various reasons. Some states like Maryland, Massachusetts and
As they've made known their views about everything from health care and taxes to abortion and gay marriage, education has thus far been overlooked as a big-ticket issue. But that doesn't mean the leading candidates don't have opinions -- or track records.
America faces a severe school dropout problem, and students who leave school do not cause it. Far more teachers, by percentage, drop out of school than students.
Among the 452 public institutions that reported tuition and fees data to U.S. News in a 2010 survey of undergraduate programs
Before Presidents try to sell us a new war, they should at least tell us the cost, especially when firing one lowly Tomahawk missile means laying-off forty teachers.
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) -- North Dakota university officials raised doubts Monday about a pair of bills that would cut state