Morning Round-up July 18, 2006

Building a Better School Board LA Times
While proposals to keep teachers unions from funneling campaign money into school board campaigns, maybe we should raise school board members salaries.

Program prepares disabled youth for college life
Special education has shifted over the past decade from getting students to functional levels on basics like reading in favor of encouraging them to move to advanced levels of study and tackle more complex subjects.

Charter school urged again Pitts. Post-Gazette
Chief executive officer of Educatin Innovations Inc. of East Liberty, told the board that the organization's charter school would give students opportunities they can't find elsewhere.


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