IN's Common Core Replacement, SC Residents Support Choice, and More: Tuesday's Ed News
Tuesday's ed news
INDIANA: The state will replace Common Core with something of lower academic quality.
SOUTH CAROLINA: Two in three residents support tax-credit scholarships, a new poll finds.
DATA: The much-vaunted inBloom project has at last closed shop.
ILLINOIS: Sen. Rand Paul talks school choice today in Chicago, and will move to Milwaukee next.
WISCONSIN: The state refuses to revoke a teacher’s license, although he watched porn at work and shared it using school computers and email.
LOUISIANA: Most New Orleans schools use in a common application to help kids applying for several K-12 schools.
BAD PARENTS: Why school choice benefits children who stay in their public schools.
Monday's ed news
ARIZONA: The House rejects a bill that would have expanded the state's education savings accounts to poor kids.
TENNESSEE: The state legislature votes to delay Common Core tests one year.
LOUISIANA: The state union and Gov. Jindal negotiate an agreement about how to fire teachers.
MICHIGAN: A professor says Wayne State University defrauded taxpayers by charging the federal government outrageous amounts for research projects.
PENNSYLVANIA: A lawmaker wants the state, not school districts, to fund online charter schools.
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