Some Education News For April 1, 2011….

April 01, 2011 By: richard.ginn Category: Uncategorized

The USA Today reports on Ex-D.C. schools chief that is ‘100%’ behind test scores probe.

The Baltimore Sun reports on a Baltimore County delegation asking Kamenetz to restore teaching positions.

The Miami Herald reports on lawmakers seeking ways around the classroom size rules.

The New York Times reports on a program developed by the Erikson Institute that is helping public school teachers introduce mathematical concepts like measurement to preschool students.

The Detroit News reports on the Michigan Gov. that is still looking for a replacement for Robert Bobb.

The Oregonian Reports on Portland Maine Schools getting five more school days a year.

The Boston Globe has an article up on a Mass. House member saying the UMass program for community college students might be break for illegal immigrants

The Christian Science Monitor reports on a push to get 1 million volunteers to help struggling students.

The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports on Ohio schools facing a loss of state aid in Gov. John Kasich’s budget proposal.