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Students, high schools and colleges will benefit statewide LOS ANGELES, Aug.
By DANI McCLAIN By DANI McCLAIN A private high school that opened its doors this year has been kicked out of the city's voucher program because of building code violations that render it unsafe for students. R&B Academy, 5150 N.
By DANI McCLAIN Milwaukee Public Schools must pay just more than $450,000 to the legal staff representing plaintiffs in a class-action suit over how the district serves students with special needs, a federal judge has ordered.
By ALAN J. BORSUK Depending on your view, new steps by the state Department of Public Instruction will either assure that charter schools across the state have quality teachers, or threaten some of the best things going on in those schools.
By Kimberly Bellamy, The Daily Southerner, Tarboro, N.C. Jun. 24--With the school hallways empty and the work load decreased, five faculty members within Edgecombe County Public Schools (ECPS) have decided that now is the best time for them to move within ECPS or move on.
By Amy Hetzner, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jun.
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