Morning Roundup: From The New York Times: Education Grant Effort Faces Late Opposition The Obama administration's main school...
The Obama administration's main school improvement initiative has spurred education policy changes in states across the nation, but it is meeting with some last-minute resistance as the first deadline for applications arrives Tuesday.From The Chronicle of Higher Education: Paychecks Stagnate for Presidents of Many Public Universities
The bad economy is putting the brakes on pay increases for public-university leaders.From The Los Angeles Times: Obama Wants To Extend Education Grant Program
He will ask Congress for $1.35 billion in his 2011 budget to broaden a competitive funding plan to allow states who do not get awards this year to compete.From NY1: The Last Lesson: A Look Inside Paul Robeson High School
Paul Robeson High School is one of 20 schools the city wants to close. With a vote scheduled next week and no plans to replace it, NY1 Education reporter Lindsey Christ goes inside for a special week-long look at the Brooklyn school, which has more than 1,000 students and 1,001 issues to deal with.Photo via