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Afternoon Announcements: DC Students Perform ‘Thriller’

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October 31, 2013 04:32 pm

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DC students wished the city an early “Happy Halloween” on Wednesday when they performed a rendition of “Thriller” for passersby in the downtown area. The Washington Post

When California controversially suspended its accountability testing for a year, no one knew what the federal Education Department would do in response. We now know that California could lose at least $15 million in federal Title 1 administrative funds by going against the Education Department. Politics K-12

High school graduation rates fell by 3.3 percent in Prince George’s County, but rates across the state of Maryland as a whole improved. The Washington Post

The Association of Alaska School Boards is hoping to get enough funding to provide every student across the state with a digital device in the form of a laptop or iPad. Newsminer.com

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