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Texas Tribune

Feds say Texas illegally failed to educate students with disabilities
Texas Tribune
A U.S. Department of Education investigation concluded Thursday that Texas violated federal law by failing to ensure students with disabilities were properly evaluated and provided with an adequate public education. After interviews and monitoring ...
DeVos Orders Texas to Identify, Help Students Illegally Shut Out of Special EducationU.S. News & World Report
US Department of Education Issues Findings in Texas Individuals with Disabilities Education Act MonitoringU.S. Department of Education (press release)
Texas Illegally Denied Education To Students With Disabilities, Feds ReportHouston Public Media
Disability Scoop -Houston Chronicle -U.S. Department of Education
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Academy X Business is Redefining Education Across the World
The 20th century was called the information age, and schools were often set up to mirror that idea. Memorization, textbooks, and worksheets were the go-tos in classrooms around the country. Our modern era requires different skills for different ...


What to expect from Apple's education-themed 'Field Trip' event
A sequel was inevitable, and a recent report from Bloomberg's Mark Gurman (you know, the guy with the amazingly accurate track record) all but guarantees we'll see an inexpensive follow-up with loads of education appeal. Exactly how much this new ...
What to expect at Apple's education eventQuartz
Here's Some Stuff Apple Might Launch Next Week at Its Education EventGizmodo
Apple Hopes To Win Back Education Market With Low-Cost iPadsInvestor's Business Daily
The Verge -Motley Fool -CNET
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The Verge

Apple event 2018: all the latest news from the Education keynote
The Verge
Every spring, Apple hosts a keynote to unveil a slew of new products and software updates — but this year it's taking “a field trip” from California to host press and developers at a high school in Chicago for an education-focused event. Catch all the ...

JeffCo Superintendent Craig Pouncey applies for Alabama's top education job
Pouncey has spent 38 years working in public education in Alabama and as Jefferson County's superintendent was named Superintendent of the Year in October by peers in the School Superintendents of Alabama organization. From 2003 to 2014, Pouncey worked ...

Jackson Clarion Ledger

Mississippi names first black higher education commissioner
Jackson Clarion Ledger
Smith said with his experience at several Mississippi universities, Rankins "knows the challenges that all campuses face," and hopes Rankins will find ways to make Mississippi's higher education system more efficient. While the commissioner has only ...
Mississippi taps new higher education commissionerWTOK

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OEA presents $905 million plan to fund education
If lawmakers don't pass a plan to fund education by April 1, teachers will be walking out a week from Monday. The Oklahoma Education Association is asking for a big raise for teachers - $10,000 - but say they have a plan to back it up. "The legislature ...
'If not now, then when?' OEA releases proposal to fund education, pay raisesKOKH FOX25

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Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education:
Government Accountability Office
The federal investment in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education programs remained relatively stable from fiscal years 2010 to 2016, although the number of programs declined from 209 to 163 (see figure). While agencies ...

Portland Public Schools halts move of special education school, future of gifted school unclear
Portland Public Schools' special education program won't move this summer, the school district announced Friday. The district's about-face comes a day after families at the school filed a lawsuit to try and halt the move. The announcement does not ...

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The Union Leader

Derry economic group looks at bringing higher education to town
The Union Leader
DERRY — The fourth-largest community in the Granite State does not have a community college or post-secondary institution, and the Derry Economic Development Advisory Committee wants to change that. On March 19, the committee met with Mike Vlacich ...

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