Education News For May 20, 2011…

May 20, 2011 By: richard.ginn Category: Uncategorized

The Herald Leader reports on EKU and Madison County that are creating a new Kentucky middle college.

The New York Times reports on CUNY schools with concerns that overhaul of the curriculum may erode academic gains.

The New York Attorney General is investigating Trump’s for-profit school.

The Sacramento Bee reports on Sacramento State graduating its first eight students in a stem cell program.

THE AP reports on a fix to the NCLB bill that is lagging.

The Hartford Courant reports on a private firm that may run some public school In New Haven.

McClatchy Newspapers reports on a bill if passed that will force an update of textbooks in California.

The Miami Herald reports on technology linking Miami classroom with kids in China.

The Philadelphia Inquirer Reports on surveys showing Pennsylvania schools that are expecting to make ‘severe’ cuts.

The Denver Post reports on a dip in number of Colorado home-schoolers that may be linked to surge in online enrollment.

The Tennessean reports on the Tennessee House approving a bill to limit teachers unions.

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