New bill may save Michigan’s closing schools for now

(Mich.) Under looming threat of school closures, Michigan lawmakers have introduced a bill to repeal the state’s federally-based failing schools law, and replace it with something developed with local community input.

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Brown’s budget would revamp, not add to, special ed funding

(Calif.) Although the number of students with disabilities in the state continues to grow, Gov. Jerry Brown has once again decided against adding any new money to support their educational services.

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