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The Dade County, Fla., school board is scheduled to vote next week on a proposal that would allow schools in the nation's fourth-largest district to require students to wear uniforms.
When Anne Fox was elected Idaho's state schools superintendent last fall on a back-to-basics platform, State Sen. John Hansen hoped his G.O.P. colleague "would surround herself with the best and the brightest staffers, and get the [education] department operating like a Swiss watch."
You know you're getting close to LeSueur, Minn., when you see the Jolly Green Giant. A larger-than-life replica of the affable vegetable pitchman beckons from the hillside just before you reach the exit along Highway 169.
Recent elections have helped propel education reform, and specifically the governance of education, into the forefront of state legislative agenda.
Former U.S. Secretary of Education Terrel H. Bell writes about the charter school movement.
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