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August 26, 2013

Third Education Secretary in Four Months Takes Over in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania's acting Secretary of Education William Harner was forced out by GOP Gov. Tom Corbett on Aug. 26, replaced with a former teachers' union official.

August 15, 2013

Rudy Crew's Exit and K-12 Finance Shifts Make Waves in Oregon

From teacher evaluations to state K-12 funding and leadership turnover, education has generated several different story lines in 2013.

July 11, 2013

Does Increasing K-12 State Funding Mean Less Local Tax Pressure?

A major K-12 funding increase in Minnesota and a "freeze" on local levies don't guarantee flat taxes in school districts.

July 11, 2013

Common Core Test Costs and Georgia Politics on Collision Course?

Reported costs of new common-core-aligned tests, and whether the state legislature will foot the bill, have become a concern in Georgia.

June 19, 2013

LEARN Act from U.S. Rep. Garrett Would "Return" K-12 Policy to States

U.S. Rep Scott Garrett has re-introduced a bill he says would return control over education policy to state governments.

June 18, 2013

What Does the New California Budget Mean for Schools, Students?

The actual impact of California's new K-12 education budget, which focuses more money on high-needs students, won't be known for several months.

June 18, 2013

Massachusetts Needs Major K-12 Funding Changes, Group Argues

A budget and policy group in Massachusetts is calling for significant changes to the state's education funding system.

June 13, 2013

Study Eyes a Few Line-Item Damages of Sequestration, Including K-12

A new report from a Washington think tank highlights a few sequestration cuts to specific programs at the state level.

June 13, 2013

Bills in Michigan Would Make Bankrupt Districts Disappear

New bills in Michigan would allow insolvent districts to be dissolved.

June 07, 2013

English-Language Learners Highlight Balancing Act of California Budget

The K-12 spending plan proposed by California Gov. Jerry Brown this year must navigate tricky political and policy territory to succeed.

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