Morning Round-up July 7, 2006

Most states fall short on NCLB AP
The Department of Education found 34 states, DC and PR falling short of requirements, approve 10 states, and the remaining might be approved, while issuing "report cards" for states.

Arizona sues feds over No Child Left Behind scoring schools AP
Arizona is suing the federal government to be allowed to continue giving schools a three-year delay before English-language learning students' test scores must be counted in a key accountability measure used by the federal NCLB program.

Getting real in the classroom Boston Globe
The "boy crisis" in education is not what it was cranked up to be.

Journals Reveal Ruminations of Teenage Columbine Killers
The mind of a teenage killer-in-training is a very dark place.


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