June 2014 Archives

Six rural education organizations say a recent E-rate proposal falls short of expectations.

Plans for the first charter school to open in Cheatham County, Tenn., were shot down by the local school board.

Some rural Wisconsin districts could lose more than 30 percent of student populations by 2040.

A 2008 Colorado law allows districts flexibility to modify education reform requirements.

Rural high school students who earn college credits are more likely to graduate and go on to postsecondary school, research has shown.

A new budget bill in Michigan will provide small, rural schools with higher additional per-pupil payments than larger schools.

The Bureau of Indian Education Study Group has recommended reforms for American Indian schools.

Alaska has altered the formula used to rate schools to account for unique challenges of small, rural, and alternative schools

Rural districts in Iowa have formed a coalition to advocate for rural schools amid budget cuts and consolidation.

A new placement program at Northern Kentucky University will aim to place law school graduates in rural areas.

The nation's few one-room schoolhouses offer lessons for schools across the country.

A new report highlights strategies that some states are using to increase dual-enrollment participation among high school students.

A rural school expert in Alaska recently offered solutions to several challenges facing the state's rural schools.


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