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Morning Announcements: June 27, 2011

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June 27, 2011 03:19 pm


San Diego schools fear that larger classes will hinder learning, according to the New York Times.

According to Broadcasting Cable, PBS has teamed with producing stations WGBH Boston, WNET New York, and KET (Kentucky Educational TV) and 31 other noncommercial stations on a new digital media educational service that will be free to teachers, their students, and families.

The Boston Globe reports that state education leaders prepare to vote tomorrow on an overhaul of the way administrators and teachers are evaluated, but local school officials say one key area remains a concern: finding time for overburdened principals to actually do the evaluations.

State numbers show there were about 4,700 fewer teachers and 600 fewer administrators in New Jersey’s public schools this year compared to the year before, according to the Associated Press/Star Ledger (Newark).


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