December 14, 2018

    NYC Families File Lawsuit over Mayor’s Plan to Diversify Elite High Schools

    The parents joined the Asian American Coalition for Education and other groups in the suit filed in Manhattan Federal court…
    December 14, 2018

    Sacramento Teachers Union Presents Plan for Fixing District Budget Crisis: $60M in Administrative Cuts

    The teachers union presented its “Students First Budget Rebalancing Proposal” at a Board of Education meeting, claiming that it could…
    December 14, 2018

    Houston Board Votes against Giving Up Control of Failing Schools, Risking State Sanctions

    Houston ISD trustees narrowly voted Thursday to not seek proposals from outside organizations to run long-struggling schools, a decision that…
    December 14, 2018

    A First-Year Teacher Salary Bump of Nearly 8% Not Enough to Avoid a Denver Teachers Union Strike

    While union leaders said the district’s proposal is “moving in the right direction,” they said it still falls short.
    December 13, 2018

    Kentucky Supreme Court Strikes Down Pension Reform Law

    The high court ruled that the speedy process used by Republican majorities that turned Senate Bill 151 from a sewer…
    December 13, 2018

    Montana Supreme Court Rules Tax Credit Scholarships Unconstitutional because Religious Schools Benefit

    In Wednesday's opinion, Justice Laurie McKinnon said the program, enacted by the 2015 Legislature, was a violation of the Montana…
    December 13, 2018

    Indiana Board of Ed Calls on State Lawmakers Impose Stricter Rules on Virtual Charter Schools

    The recommendations would most affect two virtual charter schools that have been among Indiana’s largest and lowest-performing online schools: Indiana…
    December 13, 2018

    DC School District Sues Six MD Parents for Residency Fraud, Seeks $700,000

    “The message is important and clear. If you’re not a resident of D.C. and you seek to send your kids…
    December 13, 2018

    Sacramento District Says It Will Be Broke in November 2019

    The Sacramento City Unified School District announced Wednesday it expects to run out of cash by November 2019 after months…

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