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Austere aid plan disappoints New York school supporters

Long Island's public schools would gain $58 million extra in state operating aid next year under Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo's proposed budget -- a 2.6 percent increase that disappointed school supporters facing a third year of wrestling with the effects…

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Louisiana parents say bullying led to son’s suicide

The Lafourche Parish Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of a Galliano teenager Garyn Strong, 15, who apparently took his own life. His parents, Thad and Maureen Strong, said bullies tormented their son for the past four years.

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NJEA: Teachers feel ‘terrorized’ by new evals

Throughout New Jersey, teachers and administrators are bracing for the first set of evaluations that tie staff reviews to student performance. State teachers feel “terrorized” by the changes, said Michael Cohan, director of professional development and instructional issues for the state’s…

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Officials in Boston seeking black teachers

A decline in the number of black teachers in Boston public schools has put the city in violation of a federal court order, prompting officials to step up efforts to recruit and retain teachers of color.

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Number of homeless children in Wichita schools growing

With four months to go in the school year, educators and staff members have identified 2,182 homeless children in Wichita schools, surpassing the 2,149 they found all of last school year, a district official said. The only reason the latest number…

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