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Monthly Archives: August 2013

Banner School of Milwaukee awarded $250,000…

on August 29, 2013 Education with 0 comments
TonyEvans

Funds to support the opening of 19 new charter schools in Wisconsin for the 2013-14 school year are among those announced in a new round of federally funded grants totaling $12.8 million. The Milwaukee-area schools on the list include: Rocketship Southside Community Prep, $250,000; Carmen Northwest, $250,000; MTEC School of Environmental Science, $250,000; The Banner […]

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ACT Scores Dip In Illinois

on August 22, 2013 Testing with 0 comments
desks

Illinois experienced the steepest drop in a decade in its average ACT score after the testing company decided for the first time to include low scores that it previously excluded. With the release Wednesday of national and state results for the class of 2013, the testing giant acknowledged that for years it excluded scores of […]

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Chicago Stands Watch…

on August 21, 2013 Schools with 0 comments
Chicago School Closings Gang Lines

The Safe Passage program guards in neon vests were on duty in neighborhoods where schools were closed by budgets cuts, the most obvious sign of what’s at stake for the nation’s third-largest school district, which is struggling academically and financially. Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who called Monday “a new beginning” for the district, planned to join […]

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Interrupt the Pipeline

on August 21, 2013 Alternative, Dropout and Tags: with 0 comments

‘Interrupt the Pipeline’ explores the current crisis in education, and the relationship between this crisis and the need for affordable housing. What is the fallout for students who lose their homes and move out of urban centers? Why do these students tend to experience increased risks of incarceration in their new homes?

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