Morning Round-up August 4, 2006

U.S. Issues New Rules on Schools and Disability NYT
The USDE says states cannot rely on the old methods of measuring disability in students, and open states to the ability to diagnosis special needs students sooner.

61 schools fail to meet No Child Left Behind standards Boston Globe
Broader student testing brings Massachusetts failing schools up from 10 to 61 schools.

Students shun fun in the sun to tutor math Seattle Times
Nominated by their math teachers, students forego summer activities to tutor students who failed the state's WASL exam last April.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

The 61 schools failing to meet NCLB standards are in VT, not MA.

10:50 AM  

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