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    TN parents, educators push for new charter accountability to protect students and taxpayers

    Community lobbies Nashville school board to adopt Annenberg Institute policy recommendations to get more accountability, transparency for charters

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    Had enough of the federal underfunding of special education? Send Congress an invoice.

    Educator-led campaign invoices Congress for its unpaid portion of special education costs.

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    Indiana legislature ousts Superintendent Glenda Ritz from role as school board leader

    The IN senate bill removes the Superintendent from the role of chairperson of the State Board of Education, a responsibility in place for more than 100 years.

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    WA state educator advocates for English Language Learners in ESEA reauthorization

    “States and districts don’t need new federal mandates on education; we just need better ones. Educating young people is not a one size fits all proposition.”

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    For-profit colleges facing increased scrutiny, skepticism

    Between the falling profits and declining enrollments, not to mention the millions of dollars in federal penalties and hundreds of lawsuits filed, it’s been a rough year for the for-profit college industry.

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  1. TN parents, educators push for new charter accountability to protect students and taxpayers
  2. Had enough of the federal underfunding of special education? Send Congress an invoice.
  3. Indiana legislature ousts Superintendent Glenda Ritz from role as school board leader
  4. WA state educator advocates for English Language Learners in ESEA reauthorization
  5. For-profit colleges facing increased scrutiny, skepticism

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State news roundup for April 18, 2015

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This week: business tax cuts come under fire in New Hampshire, Illinois educators say it’s time for the governor to start governing, Kansas lawmakers consider ending teacher licensure, and Wisconsin honors its top education activists.

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