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Students and teachers in a Minnesota school district will have access to online library materials through the Library Go prog -More-
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Talent is a dreadfully cheap commodity, cheaper than table salt. What separates the talented individual from the successful one is a lot of hard work and study.
Stephen King, writer
President-elect Donald Trump will enter office with fellow Republicans still firmly in control of committees that would be in charge of pushing through his still-emerging education agenda.
An educational version of musical chairs may well be worth it if it gives students a better shot at an excellent education.
The Republican's campaign for the White House included strong support for school choice and sharp denunciations of current education policies, with scant details on what comes next.
Voters rejected an effort to expand charter schools in Massachusetts, one of the nation's most expensive ballot initiatives.
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With Virginia facing a $1.5 billion budget shortfall, public colleges and universities are looking for ways to offset the likely loss of state funding without raising tuition and fees next fall.