Morning Roundup: From the Associated Press: Pink slips sent to thousands of Calif. teachers California's budget crisis could...
From the Associated Press: Pink slips sent to thousands of Calif. teachers
California's budget crisis could cost nearly 22,000 teachers their jobs this year. State school districts had issued 21,905 pink slips to teachers and other school employees by Monday, the legal deadline for districts to send preliminary layoff notices.
From The Washington Post: Updated 'No Child' law would focus on failing schools
Officials would take a 'largely hands-off' approach with most schools.
From The New York Times: Indian Cabinet Backs Foreign Schools
The bill, which awaits a decision by Parliament, suggested that the country's higher education system cannot cope with rising demand.
From The New York Times: Array of Hurdles Awaits New Education Agenda
The challenges of implementing a new education policy for the Obama administration are political and practical.
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