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A federal judge has decided not to dismiss a northeast Kansas lawsuit challenging the state's cap on how much money residents in a school district can raise through taxes.
The federal Investing in Innovation, or i3, initiative bet heavily on the Success for All program, and an early evaluation suggests the investment is paying off.
Gubernatorial contests in New Jersey and Virginia could affect the direction of school choice and parent-driven education changes in those states, along with spending priorities.
The Newark, N.J., mayor, newly elected to the U.S. Senate from the Garden State, already has a national profile on education.
A dispute before the state's high court is part of a trend of funding-equity cases that touch on state responsibility for early-childhood education.
As states move to common-core exams, many students at first will take paper-and-pencil assessments, raising questions about educational equity and the comparability of results.