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Some 98,000 immigrant students graduate from high school each year, but the U.S. Supreme Court may be on the verge of ending the program that allows them to study and work. Read more>>

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Victoria Clayton
District leaders realize that when it comes to getting alternative program students to graduation, the name of the game is support, not punishment. Read more>>

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Indianapolis Star
Indianapolis Public Schools is investing nearly $30 million over the next two years to give its teachers the largest pay raise in district history. By fall 2020, the second year of the new contract agreement, starting pay at the district will be $47,800. Read more>>

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Author, speaker and consultant Dr. Ruby K. Payne explains the importance of putting basic emotional structures in place to create safe learning environments and help students succeed. Read more>>

The Washington Post
The state attorney general’s office has launched an investigation into the school system after NAACP officials filed a complaint accusing Loudoun County Public Schools of failing to provide African American students equal access to advanced programs. Read more>>

Associated Press via The Wilton Bulletin
The Las Cruces district is calling on state lawmakers to adopt sound policies and provide adequate funding to help it maintain bilingual and multicultural education programs. The district says 85 percent of its schools have dual language and maintenance programs. Read more>>

Arvada Press
The Colorado district currently has 245 active drivers, short of what the district needs by more than 40 drivers. The shortage sparked an announcement asking schools to dismiss student athletes early when possible or hire charter buses to get to games. Read more>>

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
The DeKalb County Board of Education voted to sever ties early with Superintendent Steve Green. In May, Green announced his intentions to leave the district after the current school year. Read more>>

Opinion & Analysis

Artists have historically played a crucial role in challenging dominant systems and inspiring change. It’s not surprising that today some of them are building unconventional education models and imagining new possibilities for learning. Read more>>

Getting Smart
What may be the most essential piece for educators to successfully incorporate STEAM into their classrooms is not endless materials, but the language used with even the youngest learners. Read more>>

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FrontRow expanded its classroom AV system with ezRoom Trio, which adds in a built-in speaker array for voice and media amplification. When combined with Conductor, ezRoom Trio allows campuswide communications, emergency alerts, bells and paging. Read more>>

Pearson's new Aida Calculus is an AI-powered tutoring app, designed to teach students how to solve calculus problems and show why the math discipline is important in the real world. Read more>>

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The Virginian-Pilot
Around $708 million could be spent on necessary school renovations or replacements in the Virginia district, a study finds. The changes would upgrade learning spaces and prepare for potential changes in school rezoning or attendance lines. Read more>>

Bay Area News Group
The California district's voters will be asked in March 2020 about a $323 million bond to upgrade Pleasanton USD schools—the second bond in three years. The money could be spent to upgrade roofs, modernize labs, replace high school gyms and more. Read more>>