Coverage of Quality Counts 2008

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"Gov. Henry Proposes an Average Teacher Pay Raise of $1,200," Tulsa World, January 23, 2008.

Lou Dobbs Tonight (Transcript), January 14, 2008.

O'Malley Praises School Report; Refuses To Acknowledge Grasmick," WBAL Radio, January 11, 2008. Audio (MP3) available here.

"Magazine Ranks Pennsylvania 10th for Schools, with B- Grade," The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, January 11, 2008.

“State Must Boost its Investment in Education," The Arizona Daily Star, January 11, 2008.

"Michigan Receives C+ from Education Week," The Detroit Free Press, January 9, 2008.

"Ohio Gets B- Grade on National Education Report Card," The Dayton Daily News, January 9, 2008.

"PA Schools Fare Well on National Report Card," The Harrisburg Patriot-News, January 9, 2008.

"Oklahoma Earns a 'C' in Education Week Report," The Oklahoman, January 9, 2008.

"Education Week: Utah's Schools Among Worst for Funding, College Prep," The Salt Lake Tribune, January 9, 2008.

"Md., Va. School Systems Ranked in Nation's Top 5," The Washington Post, January 10, 2008.

"State Teacher Salaries Lag U.S. Average," The Arizona Republic, January 10, 2008.

"NY Gets Top Education Rating," Newsday, January 10, 2008.

"Florida's C+ Moves it to 14th in Education Report's Rankings," The Miami Herald, January 10, 2008.

"Grasmick Called a 'Pawn' of GOP," The Baltimore Sun, January 10, 2008.

"Kentucky Ratings Mixed in Report on Education," The Herald-Leader, January 10, 2008.

"Utah's Overall School Quality Grades Put it Near Bottom Nationally," The Salt Lake Tribune, January 10, 2008.

"Survey Gives R.I. Mixed Grades in Education," The Providence Journal, January 10, 2008.

"Survey Gives Tennessee C+ for Education" The Tennessean, January 10, 2008.

"State’s School Standards Aligned with Needs, Report Finds," The Chattanooga Times Free Press, Thursday, January 10, 2008.

Vol. 27, Issue 19

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