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Big Stories Of The Day

Pools080630_250 Ocean City Elementary only school in state leaving no child behind Examiner
Teachers chalk up the school’s success to communication with parents, high behavioral and academic expectations, and a passion for education.

Rich nations copy Venezuela's anti-gang music schools Washington Post
Venezuela's youth orchestras and choirs have helped thousands of children resist thug life in some of South America's most violent slums, and now wealthy countries are lining up to emulate the system.

Hacking Case Jolts Affluent California High School NYT
A senior has been arrested on charges that he broke into the high school several times, hacked into administrative computers, changed grades and sent copies of test answers to dozens of students.

To Avoid Student Turnover, Parents Get Rent Help NYT
In response to the turmoil in Flint schools, Michigan is giving some families $100 a month to help them stay put.

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