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Morning Announcements: January 19, 2011

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January 19, 2011 02:35 pm


A Florida state lawmaker is proposing legislation that would require elementary school teachers to evaluate parents based on the quality of their involvement in children’s schools. And a different Florida lawmaker is championing a bill that would replace the FCAT’s, the annual state exams, with the High School Competency Test.

Teach for America used to have a small pilot program in Seattle Public schools in the mid 1990s and now its working its way back to the area.

In Detroit, the Board of Education is proposing a settlement to gain back academic control from the district’s emergency financial manager.

Rhode Island legislators and educators are debating new graduation rules.


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