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July-Sept. — Vol. IX Quarter III -2011

Pennsylvania looking into possible cheating on PSSA tests

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Obama's Graduation Initiative Falling Well Short Of Goals Promised grads

Quit or be fired, educators implicated in Atlanta scandal told

Unschoolers learn what they want, when they want

Can Community colleges step in to fill 'skills gap'?

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Black Valedictorian snubbed because of race?

Atlanta Schools Cheating Scandal May Cost Millions

 

California parents react to law requiring gay history education


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The State of HBCU's in America

 

New York City's Racial Achievement Gap Is Double

 

Your Have To Write To Be Heard

 

Education Is Everybodies Business

 

GED Practice Test

 

Just what is the achievement gap?

Systematic Cheating Is Found in Atlanta's School System

Pros and cons of NCLB: What the research says

Schools Path to Proposing Their Own Accountability Systems

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The administration of former superintendent Beverly L. Hall punished whistle-blowers, hid or manipulated information and altered documents, the investigation found.

 

Until his death in March, bluesman "Big" Jack Johnson of Clarksdale, Miss., crisscrossed the troubled terrain of the Mississippi Delta, singing of broken homes and broken hearts. aids Lack of education fuels HIV epidemic in South

 

Are Highstakes Achievement Tests Bias Toward Blacks?

Gay agenda set to join ABC in Californian schools

 

Memphis school board: No school until city pays up

Furious parents say cheating Atlanta schools short-changed kids

Just what is the achievement gap?

Atlanta's cheating ways: School officials changed test scores

 

Minnesota school district investigated after civil rights complaint

 

 

The Effects of High Stakes Testing in an Inner-City

 

 

Fisk University Struggles Through Financial Crisis

 

 

 

If students fail history, does it matter?