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Big News Of The Day (May 22)

Parents of Disabled Child Win Ruling NYT
The Supreme Court ruled yesterday that parents of disabled children do not have to hire lawyers to sue school districts when they attempt to ensure that their children's special needs are adequately met.

Education put to the humor test USA Today
With twin scandals nipping at her heels, Education Secretary Margaret Spellings tonight appeals directly to America's youth: She appears on The Daily Show With Jon Stewart.

Documentation for the Undocumented? Inside Higher Ed
Immigration reform package would offer path toward permanent legal status to college students lacking residency rights in U.S.

College Presidents Campaign Against "Misleading" US News Rankings Washington Post
A group of college presidents, fed up with the annual U.S. News & World Report list of top colleges, has begun pressuring colleagues to limit the information they provide to the magazine and eliminate any mention of the list when promoting their schools.

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