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Zais: A personalized, customized education for every student - Editorial Columns - TheState.com

In the coming days, more than 750,000 public, independent and home-school students will begin their new school year. Across the state, excited students will share summer stories with friends.
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Summer schools teach kids conservative Tea Party-style values - Louisville Courier-Journal

Summer schools teach kids conservative Tea Party-style values - Louisville Courier-Journal | Education News of the Nation | Scoop.it
Summer schools teach kids conservative Tea Party-style valuesLouisville Courier-JournalLiberty school teaches kidsTea Party-style values: During the five-day Vacation Liberty School, talks, skits and activities mixed conservative values and early...
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Are 82% of Schools 'Failing' Under NCLB, as Duncan Warned? - Politics K-12 - Education Week

Are 82% of Schools 'Failing' Under NCLB, as Duncan Warned? - Politics K-12 - Education Week | Education News of the Nation | Scoop.it
Michele McNeil covered education and state government in Indiana for a decade before joining Education Week as a state policy reporter in June 2006.
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[ESEA CSS] Must See SourceTV – de_nuke

While the match-ups this week between the #1 vs. #3 or #2 vs. #4 are still somewhat important as teams will be fighting for seeding, what is really crucial heading into Week 7 is those matches that determine which team is in, and which team is out.
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Regional school superintendents work without pay — for now - Chicago Sun-Times

Regional school superintendents work without pay — for now - Chicago Sun-Times | Education News of the Nation | Scoop.it
Regional school superintendents work without pay — for nowChicago Sun-TimesIllinois' regional superintendents of schools agreed this past week to continue working, more than a month after Gov.
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