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Morning Round-up February 6, 2007

By Margaret Paynich — February 06, 2007 1 min read

Supervisors Step Up In ‘No Child’ Fight WaPo
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors sided with school officials yesterday in a showdown with the Bush administration over the federal No Child Left Behind law, accusing the U.S. Department of Education of having a “tin ear” in its policy toward testing immigrant students.

Coming US challenge: a less literate workforce CSM
The reason: Most baby boomers will be retiring and a large wave of less-educated immigrants will be moving into the workforce. This downward shift in reading and math skills suggests a huge challenge for educators and policymakers in the future, according to a new report from the Educational Testing Service (ETS).

States try mentoring to hang on to teachers Boston Globe
States from Oregon to Connecticut are considering pouring millions of dollars into mentoring programs for new teachers, aiming to stop many educators from spending just a few years in the classroom before leaving for greener, less taxing pastures.

President’s Budget Seeks Help for High Schools, But Again Targets Cuts in Many AreasEdWeek
The Bush administration released a fiscal year 2008 budget request today that includes new money to help struggling schools and a renewed push to retool high schools, but would provide less money overall for the U.S. Department of Education than a fiscal year 2007 spending bill approved by the House last week.

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