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New York Court Strikes Down Cyberbullying Law

New York's top court struck down a law that made cyberbullying a crime, in what had been viewed as a test case of recent state and local statutes that target online speech. The New York Court of Appeals, in a…

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D.C. considers special-education overhaul

The District has made progress toward complying with federal special-education law, the U.S. Education Department reported last week, but the city continues to be one of a handful of jurisdictions that lag far behind expectations for serving children with disabilities.

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Conference explores the technology-driven classroom

Robert Garrett was walking fast. The social studies teacher had traveled from Birmingham to hear two visionaries talk, and their techno-education session on the far side of the sprawling Georgia World Congress Center was about to begin.

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Special ed revamp sparks debate

Gov. Bobby Jindal has signed a bill that backers say will offer special education students a vital new route to a high school diploma. “It is a good thing that we are providing this pathway, and it is not a…

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Ritz submits waiver plan on No Child Left Behind law

The Indiana Department of Education submitted its plans today to correct a series of shortcomings that jeopardize the state's waiver from strict federal education requirements. If federal officials pull Indiana's waiver, school operators would lose flexibility in how to spend…

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