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Morning Announcements: September 3, 2010

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September 03, 2010 03:21 pm


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columnist Jay Matthews discusses how students’ struggle to apply their AP or International Baccalaureate credits towards their college degrees.

At a new experimental school in Michigan, two teachers and an executive administrator will lead instead of a principal and assistant principal.

Michigan receives nearly $82.7 million in school improvement grants for twenty-eight of the lowest-performing schools in the state.

Read more about the federal aid money that is being awarded to two state coalitions for the development of new assessments in the New York Times, Miami Herald, and the Boston Globe.

Under a plan that the North Carolina Board of Education has been developing for months, most high school juniors will be required to take the ACT and the state will pay the students’ test registration fees.


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