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AM News: RTTT States Retaining Districts (Mostly)


Unique Bilingual Education Program Spreading Across New Jersey Hechinger Report:  In the Garden State, Long Branch joins Elizabeth, Perth Amboy and Plainfield as one of the fewer than 400 dual-language programs nationwide, according to the Center for Applied Linguistics, a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit... Va. Attorney General: Teachers Can Take Phones, Read Texts If Students Break Rules WTOP:  Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli says in an advisory opinion if a teacher has reasonable suspicion that a student is breaking state law or school rules with his cellphone, the teacher can confiscate it and look at stored messages... States Submit Race to Top Plans, and Work to Keep Districts on Board EdWeek:  When Florida turned in its plan this week, 62 of the original 65 districts are still on board, Tom Butler, a spokesman for the the state's department of education, said in an e-mail. In Ohio, 50 of the initial 538 participating districts and schools have dropped out.


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