The law, which required unaccredited districts to pay tuition and transportation costs for students who wanted to depart for neighboring accredited districts, places an unfair burden on taxpayers, a judge ruled.
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April 26, 2012
Buffalo is the only school district of 10 that has not had its school improvement grant money unfrozen by the state.
April 24, 2012
School leaders announced a budget plan that would close schools and restructure them into "achievement networks."
April 23, 2012
A research study of three urban districts outlines some qualities that lead to effective partnerships between principals and their coaches at the central office.
April 17, 2012
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April 10, 2012
The Center for Public Education has compiled a report that brings together several resources on principal effectiveness.
April 03, 2012
Michael Miles is expected to be confirmed by the district's school board later this month.
March 21, 2012
More than a dozen school districts are taking part in a leadership fellowship sponsored by the KIPP (Knowledge is Power Program) charter network, in order to learn how the network trains its school leaders. The KIPP Leadership Design Fellowship, which is funded through a $50 million federal Invest...
March 13, 2012
Eugene G. White, who has led the Indianapolis district since 2005, is originally from Alabama.