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Archive for November, 2011

New York Times Article….

November 16, 2011 By: richard.ginn Category: Uncategorized

The New York Times reports on 11 states that are seeking relief From ‘No Child’ provisions in return for raising standards.

Education News For November 11, 2011

November 11, 2011 By: richard.ginn Category: Uncategorized

The Christian Science Monitor reports on what colleges are doing to ease the leap from war zone to classroom.

The LA times reports on Cal State tuition that could rise 9% next fall.

The Oregonian reports on the Oregon University System enrollment hitting a record-high 100,000 students

Education News For November 9, 2011

November 09, 2011 By: richard.ginn Category: Uncategorized

The LA Times reports that the UC system is looking for a 411 million increase in state funding. That funding UC says will cause a tuition increase of 0%.

The Union-Tribune reports on college enrollment being streamlined for veterans.

The AP reports on Michigan getting a $46M Department of Education grant to more people to go on to college.

The New York Times reports on an intern gap frustrating clinicians that are in training.

The Tennessean reports on Metro Nashville Public Schools adjusting well to new teacher evaluations.

November 08, 2011 By: richard.ginn Category: Uncategorized

The Miami Herald reports on Florida teachers that are going to get graded by a data-driven formula.

The Project On Student Debt Is Out With A 2010 Look….

November 03, 2011 By: richard.ginn Category: Uncategorized

at college debt and it is now up to 25,250 bucks. This number has been growing at around 5% a year for the past few years.

Education News For November 3, 2011

November 03, 2011 By: richard.ginn Category: Uncategorized

The New York Times has an article up on American colleges that are struggling to tell the difference between a bad and good college applicant from China.

The Detroit News reports on new “cut scores” applied to last years MEAP exams caused a massive drop in the amount of proficient students.

The Philadelphia Inquirer reports on nine schools that could wind up getting closed.