The financial outlook for the state looks grim, according to two Pennsylvania education groups.

Broward may lose more than 1,400 teachers to plug a $140 million budget hole.

Clayton County Schools has met all requirements for school governance and leadership, said its accrediting agency.

The 26,000-member National Association of Secondary School Principals selected the leader of a principals' association in New Jersey to be the new executive director.

Superintendent Kim Myrick Stasny, one of the school leaders at the front lines in helping to rebuilding Gulf-area school districts devastated by Hurricane Katrina, had passed away.

An examination of student in districts that have received investments from large education foundations shows that those districts still trail suburban and rural districts, says an investigative report.

Robert Avossa, who helped craft a performance-pay program in Charlotte, will lead the schools in a suburban Atlanta district.

These organizations, which have existed for decades, could provide some qualitative data to assist in evaluating schools.

Joshua Starr will lead the nation's 16th largest school district when he starts in his new position July 1.

The Christina District school board voted against a plan to move 19 teachers from two low-performing schools.

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