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School Denies Jesus Drawing Suspension

School Denies Suspending Student For Jesus Drawing NPR
The school district said the second-grader was never suspended and that officials followed "well-established protocol."PH2009121503442

Arne Duncan at Grady Atlanta Journal Constitution
In his whirlwind tour of Atlanta Monday, Education Secretary Arne Duncan seemed to have the most fun with the students at Grady High School.

Reassurance Offered on 'Race to Top' Availability EdWeek
Plenty of money' will be left over after the first round of stimulus grants, Education Department officials tell states.

26,500 school cafeterias lack required inspections USA Today
No food-borne illness has sickened more schoolkids in the past decade than norovirus, and none is linked as consistently to improper food handling ...

Obama Administration Seeks To Improve High School Financial Literacy ABC News
In the wake of the worst financial crisis in generations, the Obama administration today announced a new campaign to promote financial education for high school students nationwide.

Number of homeless students soars Greenville News
The same thing is happening statewide — a 74 percent increase in the number of students identified as homeless since 2004, for a total of 8,744 during the 2008-09 school year, according to the latest figures available from the state Department of Education.

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