|2-5-20 Education in the News|
NJ Spotlight--State Releases Latest Performance Figures for High School Graduation Graduation rates still top 90%, but only half of students are earning diplomas by passing both language and arts tests ó others follow alternative routes...'
Star Ledger--N.J. will fix school funding error that cost district $2M New Jersey miscalculated one school districtís proposed state funding, but will fix the $2 million error, Education Commissioner Lamont Repollet said Wednesday...'
NY Times--Education Dept. Reverses Plan to Cut Rural School Funding The reversal, which followed a bipartisan backlash, will last for only a year unless Congress permanently changes the programís eligibility requirements...'
Education Week--How Teachers Are Talking to Students About the Coronavirus At the Foreign Language Immersion and Cultural Studies School in Detroit, DaJuanna Travierís 5th graders can raise any topic on their minds during their Friday restorative discussion circles. This past week, they wanted to talk about the coronavirus...'
Chalkbeat--Racially integrated high schools often conceal segregated classes, new study shows A truly integrated high school is hard to find...'
The Hechinger Report--More schools are adding pre-K classrooms. But do principals know how to support them?
Report finds most principals lack knowledge of early ed...'
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