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Mo. Education Officials to Test New Evaluations

Missouri education officials will be testing a new teacher evaluation system in the upcoming school year.

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Stalled Push to Close Charter’s Disabled-Student Gap

As a new federal report found that charter schools aren’t enrolling as many special-education students as traditional public schools, legislation designed to address that imbalance in New York remains stalled.

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Study Finds HMH’s Singapore Math Program Dramatically Raises Math Achievement in N.J.

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt announced the results of a study touting the effectiveness of its popular Math in Focus: Singapore Math by Marshall Cavendish program.

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Learning Resources Announces Winners of Nationwide Teacher Grant

Three educators will receive $2,000 in portable interactive technology for their classrooms as winners of a nationwide teacher grant from Learning Resources.

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ASCD Announces Free 2012 Summer Boot Camp Webinar Series

The summer boot camp webinars are presented by internationally recognized experts and run from June to September.

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GuideK12 Announces Chuck Amos as CEO

GuideK12, the only geovisual analytics company serving the education market, is delighted to announce Chuck Amos as the new CEO for the organization.

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Study Island Launches Common Core Benchmarking Program for Grades 6-8

The new benchmarking tests allow teachers of grades 6-8 to better evaluate students’ proficiencies against the Common Core Standards.

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N.Y. District Enjoys Successful Learning With More Than 50 Hitachi Projectors

The Rensselaer City N.Y. School District is equipped with a host of audio/video educational tools including more than 50 networkable Hitachi 3LCD projectors.

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Virginia Schools Now Eligible to Receive Medicaid Reimbursements for Speech Telepractice Services

Virginia's Department of Medical Assistance Services recently announced that Virginia schools are eligible to receive Medicaid reimbursement for online speech therapy with PresenceLearning.

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Commentary: Cyber School Law Lacks Accountability

School is out for summer, and in 2013, as many as 150,000 Michigan students may not go back. Their classes will be conducted online, and the quality of their education is likely to suffer for it.

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