Ensuring new hires don’t have a troubled past

(Conn.) A bill designed to ferret out teachers who have a history of sexual misconduct or abuse involving children will now be taken up by the state Senate after the House of Representatives this week overwhelmingly approved the measure.

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Still too many early learners going without quality pre-K

(Calif.) Despite the gains made since lawmakers imposed transitional kindergarten requirements on local educational agencies in 2010, there are an estimated 33,000 eligible 4-year-olds from low-income families that do not attend any publicly-funded readiness program.

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