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Adé :: France | almost 2 years ago

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The Republic azcentral.com Gov. Jan Brewer on Monday vetoed a bill that would have enacted sweeping changes to the state's online-education system. The legislation would have made it easier for Arizona junior- and high-school students to take online

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Wichita :: KS :: USA | almost 2 years ago

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Since launching in July 2011 , the Ed-Fi Tool Suite, including the data standard and dashboards, has gained significant momentum in K-12 education among state education agencies, school districts and vendors.  Eight states have licensed or are in

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Yuma :: AZ :: USA | almost 2 years ago

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Written by Filed Under An online video of Carpe Diem Collegiate High School in Yuma, Ariz., shows more than 200 young people sitting in a large room in cubicles, in front of computers, with many wearing headphones. The computers aren't for fun; they'

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Indianapolis :: IN :: USA | almost 2 years ago

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The Carpe Diem Meridian Campus will open its doors for the 2012-2013 school year, advancing Indiana 's mission to prepare high school students for college and careers.  Carpe Diem Online , a purely virtual schooling option, will also launch in time

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Chandler :: AZ :: USA | almost 2 years ago

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The Republic azcentral.com Two Chandler schools and one in Tempe have received the equivalent of a Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval. Andersen Junior High and CTA-Goodman Elementary School in Chandler each was designated an A+ School of Excellence

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Gilbert :: AZ :: USA | almost 2 years ago

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The Republic azcentral.com Two years ago today, Gov. Jan Brewer signed Senate Bill 1070, considered at the time to be the toughest immigration-enforcement law in the nation. But much has changed on the immigration front since then: The state's

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Salt Lake City :: UT :: USA | 2 years ago

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A school district in remote northeastern Arizona that also serves students in Utah and New Mexico has angered parents by abruptly cutting off bus service to students in the two states. The Red Mesa Unified School District on the Navajo Nation halted

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Tucson :: AZ :: USA | 2 years ago

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Parents of school children in Arizona will be required to fill out new forms showing proof of residency for the upcoming school year. The forms meet new Arizona Department of Education requirements for determining whether a student lives in the state

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Commerce :: CA :: USA | 2 years ago

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The Republic azcentral.com Goodyear resident Larry Cervarich doesn't picture adults when he thinks of homeless people. He sees teenagers struggling to stay in school, keeping the bulk of their possessions in a backpack and couch surfing until they

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Phoenix :: AZ :: USA | 2 years ago

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The number of high schools with chronically low graduation rates has fallen in Arizona and New Mexico, according to a study released Monday by a group of education organizations. The two states have also increased the percentage of fourth- and eighth-

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