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Big Stories Of The Day (Monday August 6)

By Alexander Russo — August 06, 2007 1 min read

Anti-Bureaucrat Charter Schools Get Centralized NY Sun
A funny thing is happening with some anti-bureaucrats: They are bureaucratizing, building central offices that function like miniature school districts overseeing between four and 40 schools.

Judge: No New Assignment Plan Needed For Ky. Schools EdWeek
A federal judge told the Louisville school district it can use whatever method it likes to assign students to schools—as long as race isn’t considered.

Ironing out policies on school uniforms USA Today
As the new school year approaches, more schools are requiring students to wear uniforms or otherwise restricting what they may wear — and parents are objecting. Lawsuits! Via EdNews.org.

Wisconsin: Sentence in Shooting of Principal AP
A 16-year-old was sentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole in the shooting death of his high school principal.

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