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April 16, 2014 11:53 am

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As Florida school districts transition to online testing tied to higher education standards, some schools are facing challenges posed by limited bandwidth, number of computers, and classroom space. State Impact

California has twice as many Hispanics for their population as the national average but a lower-than-average number of Hispanics with a college degree. The Hechinger Report 

Around 47,500 students were suspended or expelled in Washington State in the 2012-2013 school year. The Seattle Times

The College Board released sample questions for the new SAT. Obscure vocabulary words will not be included in this revision of the test. NPR

Rep. Dave Loebsack, a rural education advocate from Iowa, will be the top democrat on a House K-12 subcommittee that handles K-12 policy. Politics K-12

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