Lacking state bond money, LEAs ask for borrowing relief

(Calif.) Still facing some of the economic challenges that sent their city into bankruptcy three years ago, Stockton Unified has asked the state board of education to temporarily waive debt limits on school bonds to complete voter approved projects.

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Policies on ethnic disparity awry compared to research

A recent article published in Educational Researcher underscores what many of us have long suspected – that our measures for ethnic and linguistic disproportionality have discounted crucial factors leading us to erroneous, even damaging, conclusions.

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