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Matt Zalaznick
A new high school education program acknowledges that some students will choose to use drugs, alcohol or other substances. So, it's teaching young people to make safe choices. Read more>>

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Matt Zalaznick
Audit finds several California school districts have undercounted homeless students, and may have thus deprived them of key services. Read more>>

Josh Stumpenhorst, DA guest columnist and FETC featured speaker
DA guest columnist and FETC featured speaker Josh Stumpenhorst explains how Innovation Days at school drive student learning with choice and autonomy. Read more>>

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The Boston Globe
Filthy, unsanitary, and often lacking basics like toilet paper and hot water, the bathrooms of the Boston’s public schools are, far too frequently, in appalling condition Read more>>

The Dallas Morning News
One of the most politically heated battles the Dallas school board has undertaken in recent years was the decision to transform some classrooms into charters. Read more>>

AZ Central
Nearly 400 Arizona public schools likely will receive funding for 148 counselors, 118 social workers and 116 school police officers in the state's school safety grant program, recently expanded with $20 million in additional funding. Read more>>

The New Jersey Legislature's top Democrat has introduced a plan to help dozens of school districts that lose some state aid: Let them raise taxes above a 2% cap without going to voters first. Read more>>
The governor of Michigan is challenging every high school in the state to increase its FAFSA completion rate this year. Read more>>

The Sacramento Bee
Across Oregon, school districts that have long been underfunded are trying to decide how to spend an influx of money – about $1 billion a year – made possible by a new tax on businesses. That tax takes effect Jan. 1. Read more>>

Opinion & Analysis

NBC News
We know how to prevent school shootings, and we should stop pretending there’s nothing we can do because we lack the political will to act. Read more>>

Santa Fe New Mexican
Ensuring that every child has a qualified teacher seems the least that public schools can do. It’s not happening in New Mexico. Read more>>

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Bamboo Learning
Bamboo Learning's new Bamboo Luminaries skill for Alexa is a free game that showcases prominent and influential historical figures from fields such as architecture, art, film, geography, history, literature, music, science, social justice and sports. Read more>>

Association for Career and Technical Education/CompTIA
ACTE instructors will have access to CompTIA training materials, including the CompTIA IT Fundamentals professional certification that serves as an introduction to basic technology knowledge and skills. Instructors can also join the CompTIA Instructor Network. Read more>>