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Daughter denied language, culture classes, mother says

Kimberly Wahpepah wanted her daughter to be enrolled in Navajo language and culture classes at her elementary school. The school denied her request. Wahpepah’s daughter, Noami Sherman, 7, has a learning disability and a diagnosis of speech delay. The school…

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NFL players: Corporal punishment in schools is unacceptable

Today, corporal punishment is still legal in 19 states. That’s unacceptable. Schools should be safe and supportive environments for students, where they can learn and thrive. In 1977, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that corporal punishment in public schools was…

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An educational shift is on the horizon in New Mexico

Krystal Madrid does not know who Susana Martinez or Michelle Lujan Grisham is. As she navigates her daily school routine and social life, the Santa Fe High School freshman has other things on her mind beyond who was, or is,…

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Spokane schools blames McCleary laws for deficit, layoffs

Spokane Public Schools plans to lay off more than 300 employees, blaming a $31 million budget deficit next school year on Washington state's legislative fixes to the long-running McCleary court case on adequate education funding. KREM-TV reports 182 of the…

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