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The Texas Tribune
Federal officials have ordered the Texas Education Agency to pay a former special education director more than $200,000 in damages for illegally firing her. Read more>>

The Seattle Times
The Washington Department of Natural Resources sent individual assessments of earthquake risk to administrators for 222 school buildings. Of the buildings assessed, most would be unsafe to occupy after a powerful quake, about a quarter would not be able to be repaired and 43 percent posed a “high” or “very high” risk for loss of life. Read more>>

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The Kalamazoo Public School Board is adopting a new sex education course to update their decade-old curriculum, which still refers to "pay phones" and doesn’t address issues like dating violence, social media misuse, and gender identity. Read more>>

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Washington Post
School leaders in suburban Howard County, Maryland, adopted a controversial redistricting plan that reassigns thousands of students in hopes of relieving crowding and better integrating schools on the basis of socioeconomics. Read more>>

Houston Chronicle
Students with mild learning disabilities who were kicked out of special education services were less likely to graduate high school or enroll in college, according to a study of how Texas’ now-discarded cap on special education services impacted children. Read more>>

West Virginia Public Broadcasting
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will provide West Virginia $52.3 million to rebuild Herbert Hoover High School after devastating flooding in 2016 damaged the building. The original school building was demolished last fall after it was determined to be beyond repair. Read more>>