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Latest Education Items
Recent editorials from South Carolina newspapers:
The Saginaw School District is considering cost-cutting efforts such as the closure of a number of schools including Saginaw High School.
Western Illinois University in Macomb has its first Ph.D. program.
New York legislative leaders Tuesday urged state officials to delay for two years the use of Common Core-aligned tests in teacher-employment and student-placement decisions, citing the "flawed rollout" of the new learning standards.
The state Public Education Department is allowing some high school students to count activities such as marching band, athletics and Junior ROTC for their physical education requirement.
Winter weather is prompting Missouri education officials to postpone a St. Louis public hearing about plans for struggling schools.
Alabama House Republicans said they want to expand a program that lets high school students simultaneously enroll in job training classes at two-year colleges.
Officials will examine the future of New Jersey's largest university.
Charmeka Childs will run to be South Carolina's next schools superintendent, she told The Associated Press on Tuesday, regarding a campaign that could make history.