Education News For June 29, 2011…

June 29, 2011 By: richard.ginn Category: Uncategorized

The USA Today reports on Universities turning to outsourced instructors.

The Sacramento Bee reports on tuition increases likely due to budget cuts.

The AP reports on a 7.7% tuition to increase at NH community colleges.

The LA Times reports on UC fearing talent loss to deeper pockets.

The Baltimore Sun reports on the Baltimore International College that will lose accreditation in August.

The Detroit News reports on merit exam scores improving, but still showing weakness in the Detroit area.

The Dallas Morning News reports on $4 billion cut from Texas schools in finance plan passed by the Texas Legislature.

The News & Observer reports on Wake schools that will not grow their school day by 10 minutes each day in the fall.

The Philadelphia Inquirer reports on schools that are a key to keeping young families in Philadelphia.

The Union-Tribune reports on the local board that is going to lay off hundreds.