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New facility for special needs students gets rave reviews

After four years of planning and construction, Albuquerque Public Schools has opened a state-of-the-art, $22 million facility for special needs students. Aztec Special Education Complex at 2611 Eubank NE houses 20 highly specialized classrooms and 77 offices for diagnosticians and…

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What DACA’s end could mean for colleges

Colleges have recently been inserting themselves into the conversation on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, the Obama-era program shielding undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. as children from deportation and allowing them to work legally in the country. University leaders…

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State superintendent warns of federal cuts to teacher development

State superintendent Jillian Balow warned Monday that proposed cuts to federal funding for teacher development would have “a direct negative impact on learning,” an outcome potentially exacerbated by Wyoming’s current education funding crisis. The U.S. House passed a bill last…

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Bills proposed to improve classroom environment

A group of state Democratic lawmakers introduced a seven-bill package on Monday that calls for the creation of a plan to annually test water and air quality in every Michigan school and create an environmental education task force. The bills…

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U.S. Spends Less as Other Nations Invest More in Education

The world's developed nations are placing a big bet on education investments, wagering that highly educated populaces will be needed to fill tomorrow's jobs, drive healthy economies and generate enough tax receipts to support government services. Bucking that trend is…

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