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President Donald Trump and Ed Secretary Betsy DeVos would drop federal funding for charter schools, increase CTE spending and create a single K-12 block grant. Read more>>

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Students have a greater chance of coping with traumatic childhood experiences and succeeding in class when they can turn to a trusted adult at school. Read more>>

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Educators got a sneak peek at some soon-to-be-released digital translation programs and a wealth of other ed tech tools at the “TechSHARE LIVE Keynote” at FETC. Read more>>

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Gov. Brian Kemp and the state superintendent have announced legislation to cut five mandatory standardized tests for Georgia public school students. They are also proposing to cut the length of state tests. Read more>>

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WJRT
Flint Community Schools' percentage of students who require special education services is close to 26 percent, over twice Michigan's average. The district's superintendent has filed a formal complaint about the special education funding formula with the state. Read more>>

WWBT
A new bill in the General Assembly could help to establish a recovery high school in Chesterfield to help students struggling with addiction and substance abuse. Read more>>

Wisconsin Examiner
Gov. Tony Evers has called on the Legislature to meet in special session to consider using $252 million of a projected $451.9 million budget surplus to restore the state’s commitment to fund two-thirds of public school costs. Read more>>

Charleston Gazette-Mail
State Board of Education members are set to approve their first regulations for West Virginia’s first charter schools. The department is also expected to rescind its previously proposed social studies standards reductions. Read more>>

NPR
Concerns are growing that active shooter safety drills have not been proven effective in preventing violence and that they may even traumatize some students. An advocacy group and the largest education unions are calling for schools to reassess the use of lockdown drills. Read more>>

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The Hechinger Report
Peer leaders speak the languages of their communities. Second, they have walked in their peers’ shoes, and the stories they have to share go well beyond information. Third, their knowledge is up-to-date in ways that the knowledge of adults cannot be. Read more>>

Chalkbeat Colorado
With new Colorado requirements mandating teacher training on reading, some advocates fear the rules are too vague and leave the public in the dark. Read more>>

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Credentials Solutions/Parchment
The new organization, Parchment, will provide credential issuers and receivers with a focus on modernizing the exchange of verifiable academic and professional credentials. Read more>>

Blocks Rock!
Blocks Rock!, LLC expanded the game to meet the early learning needs of preschoolers. The pre-K game includes a curriculum guide to help young children build their foundational STEM and SEL skills through hands-on guided block play. Read more>>