Top Stories From Around The Country for 4/14 2014

State district hires teachers in country illegally
DENVER (AP) — Colorado’s largest school district sees teaching potential among immigrants who came to the U.S. illegally when they were children.

Fla. Senate backs timeout on school grades
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Florida’s school grading system would be paused for a year under a bill passed by the Florida Senate. The Senate voted unanimously Friday for the bill (SB 1642) that overhauls the state’s A-to-F school grading system. The move is being made as the state transitions to a new test replacing the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test.

For Science Standards, Begin at the Beginning
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Applications for school-voucher program soar
PHOENIX (AP) — An aggressive media campaign and expanded eligibility helped double the number of applicants for the state’s school voucher program, which allows students to use public funds for a private education.

Fla. House approves expansion of voucher program
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Following a fierce partisan debate where legislators traded barbs and accused each other of hypocrisy, the Florida House on Friday voted in favor of expanding the state’s main private school voucher program.


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