Morning Round-up September 15, 2006

Education Secretary 'open-minded' to NCLB Changes Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Secretary Spellings is open to the fact that Congress might require new testing methods and revise special education provisions when the No Child Left Behind Act comes up for reauthorization next year.

Debate Grows as Colleges Slip in Graduations NYT
About 50 colleges across the country have a six-year graduation rate below 20 percent, but who should be held accountable?

Opting Out of Private School WSJ
A growing number of students are leaving private schools for public, as tuition soars and colleges accept more public-schools students.

Kindergartener gets suspension for popper CST
The principal imposed a four-day suspension, telling the boy's mother the popper quaified as an explosive device.


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