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Early college high schools stand out among K-12 dual enrollment programs in the factors that promote student success in higher education, according to several years of study by the American Institutes for Research. Read more>>

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As your schools are going gradeless or switching to standards-based grading, a new report says that tough grading backed by high expectations will elevate student achievement. Read more>>

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Coding and STEM activities for special education students create career pathways that some learners are uniquely suited for. Read more>>

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Fox 59
Gov. Andy Beshear signed a new law in Kentucky that requires school resource officers to be armed while on duty. Beshear said part of his reasoning for signing the bill is that often officers can’t respond quickly enough to rural schools. Read more>>

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New York Daily News
The number of arrests at New York City schools plummeted during the first months of the school year in the wake of recent reforms that discouraged arrests for more minor offenses, new data shows. Read more>>

Radio Iowa
Reynolds has proposed a 2.5 percent increase in per pupil spending. Two proposals have passed the legislature to increase support of geographically large school districts with hefty transportation costs. The other helps equalize per pupil spending. Read more>>

The Florida House has approved a measure that would set term limits on school board members. If the measure passes the Senate, voters will get to decide on the November ballot. Read more>>

Twin Cities Pioneer Press
Twenty-eight school districts in the Twin Cities metro area—and more in Greater Minnesota—say they’ll likely have to cut staff and services if the Legislature doesn’t give public schools some of the state’s projected $1.3 billion surplus. Read more>>

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The Hechinger Report
Among the students who were accepted to the early college high schools, 22 percent earned their associate degree in high school, research found. The early college students were also more likely to earn four-year bachelor’s degrees. Read more>>

The Wall Street Journal
Supporters say coding know-how is good for students in an increasingly digital world. Opponents say public schools shouldn’t serve as job-training sites for tech companies. Read more>>

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USA Football/TeachAids
USA Football and TeachAids have partnered to created the nationally accredited Coach Certification curriculum for youth coaches that will allow for them to be certified in concussion education for safer and smarter football. Read more>>

Ericom Software
Ericom Software's Ericom Shield Remote Browser Isolation technology has been integrated into ContentKeeper Technologies's Secure Internet Gateway solution. It will prevent ransomware, web-borne threats and phishing attacks from impacting devices and networks. Read more>>

People Watch

Scott Menzel has been chosen to head up Scottsdale ISD. He comes to the Arizona district from Washtenaw ISD in Michigan. Read more>>

Newton Daily News
Newton CSD has named Tom Messinger as the new superintendent of the Iowa district. The superintendent of Red Oak CSD for the past five years, Messinger will be replacing Superintendent Bob Callaghan. Read more>>