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Douglas County Schools must pay the private education costs of student who has autism, judge rules 13.2.2018 Denver Post: News: Local
A federal judge on Monday ruled that the Douglas County School District did not provide an adequate education to a student who has autism and must reimburse his family for the cost of sending him to a private school for students with disabilities.
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Is that a Stone you’re drinking, or a Keystone? Craft brewer sues MillerCoors for infringement 13.2.2018 Denver Post: News: Local
Stone Brewing Co., one of the country's largest craft brewers, said Monday it has sued Denver-based MillerCoors for infringing on a brand built over more than two decades.
This is what inadequate funding at a public school looks and feels like — as told by an entire faculty 10.2.2018 Washington Post
This is what inadequate funding at a public school looks and feels like — as told by an entire faculty
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No Eminence By Diktat 31.1.2018 Opinion – The Indian Express
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Devalued Degree: 7 of 10 seats empty, in engineering graveyard, few lessons come to life 12.12.2017 Education – The Indian Express
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In two states, coaching institutes fight tug of war over students 21.11.2017 Front Page – The Indian Express
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Testing required at private schools in Nevada choice program 19.11.2017 AP National
LAS VEGAS (AP) -- Standardized tests are a given in public school, and they're mandatory for Nevada private schools participating in the state's budding school-choice program....
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The GOP tax reform bill helps Betsy DeVos's school choice agenda, but worries public education advocates 3.11.2017 Washington Post
The GOP tax reform bill helps Betsy DeVos's school choice agenda, but worries public education advocates
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How to fix American democracy: Ideas that get beyond our day-to-day political upheaval 29.10.2017 Washington Post
As we approach the one-year anniversary of the election, 38 writers and artists propose solutions that could repair the underlying conditions bedeviling our system.
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Opponents of School Privatization Are Very Worried About a New Law in Illinois and Here's Why 28.9.2017 Truthout - All Articles
Chicago public schools began classes this month after securing much-needed money from the state. But the funding bill came with a provision that critics say could imperil public education in the state and serve as a frightening precedent for the rest of the country.  This "poison pill," as teachers unions call it, allows individuals and corporations to donate to private schools in lieu of paying taxes. Many opponents liken this to school voucher programs, which can be devastating to public schools.  The new program differs from a traditional voucher program. Rather than directly using public money for private-school tuition, it doles out tax credits for donations to private-school scholarship funds. But opponents of the program allege that its effect could be similar to that of vouchers, by causing students to leave public schools while reducing these schools' per-pupil funding base. As more students are incentivized to attend private schools through the newly created scholarships, public schools could ...
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Metro economic growth in Mississippi lags the nation in 2016 22.9.2017 Seattle Times: Nation & World

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Economic growth in Mississippi’s three metropolitan areas lagged the national average in 2016. Numbers released Wednesday by the U.S. Commerce Department show the economy shrank slightly in the Gulfport-Biloxi-Pascagoula metro area, while it was flat in metro Jackson and grew in Hattiesburg. The Mississippi Gulf Coast economy shrank 0.5 percent, 295th […]
What ails rural Rajasthan 22.9.2017 Opinion – The Indian Express
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The weakness in D.C.’s voucher program 2.9.2017 Washington Post: Op-Eds
Why spend $200 million on private schools when students already have many choices?
Illinois Senate approves school funding overhaul 30.8.2017 Seattle Times: Top stories

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — The Illinois Legislature on Tuesday approved a school funding overhaul that supporters hailed as “historic,” saying it will increase aid to all of the state’s more than 800 districts and eliminate large disparities between rich and poor schools. The Senate voted 38-13 to send the measure to Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner, […]
Error exposes private info on thousands of South Wash. Co. students 17.8.2017 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
Leaders of the east metro school district apologized Thursday for a massive, accidental release of information on some 9,000 students in an email attachment sent to the parents of most district students.
A transgender 8-year-old sues a private school, saying it didn't let her be the girl she is 7.8.2017 LA Times: Commentary
Nikki Brar and parents are suing Heritage Oak school in Yorba Linda for discrimination. The school allegedly did not let the transgender girl go by female pronouns or use the bathroom of her choice.
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Republicans Have Trifecta Control of 25 States and Need Six More to Call for a Constitutional Convention 29.6.2017

Historian Nancy MacLean says much of the radical right's agenda is being pursued at the state level. Republicans already have "trifecta control" in 25 states -- control of the governor's seat and both chambers of their legislative bodies -- compared to six states for Democrats. "The ultimate Big Bang of this project is that they want to change our Constitution," Maclean says. "They are actually building towards a constitutional convention. So they have 28 states that have called for this constitutional convention. They need six more."

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In hiding for a month, judge Karnan held in Coimbatore 21.6.2017 Front Page – The Indian Express
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Voucher Program Helps Well-Off Vermonters Pay for Prep School at Public Expense 11.6.2017
(Photo: Pixabay ; Edited: LW / TO) A self-made Vermonter, Glenn Bowman has sent both his children to out-of-state prep schools. His son plays lacrosse and football at Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire, and his daughter studied advanced dance at Deerfield Academy in Massachusetts. As the owner of a successful soapstone company that's been featured on  Martha Stewart  and mentioned in  The New York Times , Bowman could pay the $50,000-plus annual tuitions at each school out of his own pocket, he said. But he doesn't have to. Because Londonderry, the small town where the Bowmans live, has no high school, they qualify for Vermont's voucher program, the nation's oldest. It contributes about $15,000 a year toward each tuition, ultimately saving Bowman more than $100,000 overall on his children's high school educations. Bowman chose not to enroll his children in a public school in a nearby town, which the voucher could also have paid for. "Unfortunately, public schools are left dealing with the lowest ...
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Conservative Heritage Foundation wants to use public money to fund private education for 800,000 military kids 3.6.2017 Washington Post
The proposal to redirect $1.3 billion is from an organization that has had a key role in shaping administration policy ideas and comes as President Trump seeks to make good on his promise to dramatically expand school choice nationwide.
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