E-mail in class grows as an instructional tool

(N.Y.) A 5,800-student district on the state’s western border plans to open the school year with a new communication tool in place for its older pupils – their own school email accounts.

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Using flexibility to design new school interventions

(Calif.) Two years ago, House Republicans insisted that states be given more control over the nation’s primary program for turning around persistently under-performing schools –this week, California officials will be taking advantage of that option.

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