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Latest Education Items
After years of fierce debate, the Florida Legislature seems about ready to allow qualified Florida students to pay in-state college tuition rates even if they are in the country illegally.
Recent editorials from Mississippi newspapers:
A pair of Los Angeles high schools have won first and second place at the national Academic Decathlon, besting competitors from all over the country.
The one-time strangers who became friends when the Boston Marathon bombing tragedy threw them together have been named commencement speakers at Fisher College.
Kansas lawmakers endured more than an hour of criticism from teachers and their supporters at a legislative forum on a bill to eliminate teacher tenure.
Basketball Hall of Famer Magic Johnson told a northwestern Indiana audience that education has been a key to his success.
Emporia State University is planning a new Honors College to attract top students to its campus.
Campbell County school principals and department heads have been asked to examine the impact of a potential 10 percent budget cut.
Officials say 1,523 students have agreed to attend one of three charter schools that will open in Lafayette Parish in August.