AM News: Renaming 24 Schools To Win SIG Millions
For 24 Schools Getting New Start, 24 New Names NYT: Two dozen public schools are being renamed as part of New York City’s strategy to qualify for nearly $60 million in federal grants to help the so-called struggling schools get fresh starts.
Test Errors Draw New Criticism WSJ: A top New York state education official acknowledged Wednesday that the mounting number of errors found on this year's math and English tests has eroded public trust in the statewide exams.
LA Unified approves college prep requirements for all students SCPR: Next year’s high school freshmen will have to take every class required to meet the minimum application standards for the University of California and Cal State systems.
Unions, parents blast school austerity plans Philadelphia Inquirer: A coalition led by parent groups and Philadelphia school employee unions Wednesday blasted the district’s proposal to make drastic cuts and structural changes.
Where the Teachers Union and District Love Each Other VOSD: If both the district and its teachers in San Diego are serious about repairing the relationship, then Poway is as good a place as any for them to study.
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