Education News For May 17, 2011….

May 17, 2011 By: richard.ginn Category: Uncategorized

The Indy star reports on Purdue university looking at two years of tuition increases.

The Herald Leader reports on more people getting job-related diplomas in Kentucky.

The Denver Post reports on Federal cutbacks to Pell Grants may threaten summer classes

The Times Dispatch reports on college grads facing a fight for jobs.

The Detroit News reports on DPS manager Roberts that says ‘We are going to fix it’ when it comes to the school district.

The Miami Herald reports on more than 1,400 Broward teachers losing their jobs

The New York Times reports on a court ruling that could close some charter schools in Georgia.

The AP reports on a Wisconsin bill where teacher evaluations could be used for discipline.

The Dallas Morning News reports on most Irving area teachers that were laid off we nor fully certified.

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