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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Some states still cling to corporal punishmentin American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the bo
Some states still cling to corporal punishment
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted yesterday
in American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the books in 19 states, despite calls from the U.S. Education Department to curb punitive disciplinary measures which has been shown to affect minority and disabled... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
100,000 American kids still subject to corporal punishmentin American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the bo
100,000 American kids still subject to corporal punishment
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted 2 days ago
in American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the books in 19 states despite calls from the U.S. Education Department to curb punitive discipline, which has been shown to affect minority and disabled students... Read more
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11 News Houston
Some US schools resisting the stop of corporal punishmentin American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the bo
Some US schools resisting the stop of corporal punishment
11 News Houston / Posted 4 days ago
in American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the books in 19 states despite calls from the U.S. Education Department to curb punitive discipline, which has been shown to affect minority and disabled students... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishmentin American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the bo
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 4 days ago
in American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the books in 19 states despite calls from the U.S. Education Department to curb punitive discipline, which has been shown to affect minority and disabled students... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishmentin American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the bo
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
in American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the books in 19 states despite calls from the U.S. Education Department to curb punitive discipline, which has been shown to affect minority and disabled students... Read more
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KAIT Jonesboro
In some U.S. schools, resistance to ending corporal punishmentBy CAROLYN THOMPSON Associated Press The message from the U.S. Education Depa
In some U.S. schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment
KAIT Jonesboro / Posted 5 days ago
By CAROLYN THOMPSON Associated Press The message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work toward positive school climates and less punitive approaches to school discipline. While much of the focus has been on reducing... Read more
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CBS News
100,000 American kids still subject to corporal punishmentin American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the bo
100,000 American kids still subject to corporal punishment
CBS News / Posted 5 days ago
in American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the books in 19 states despite calls from the U.S. Education Department to curb punitive discipline, which has been shown to affect minority and disabled students... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Resistance to ending corporal punishment in some US schoolsdeclined in recent decades, paddling is still on the books in 19 states, includ
Resistance to ending corporal punishment in some US schools
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 5 days ago
declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the books in 19 states, including North Carolina, despite calls from the U.S. Education Department to curb punitive discipline, which has been shown to affect minority and disabled students... Read more
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The Columbian
In some U.S. schools, resistance to ending corporal punishmentin American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the bo
In some U.S. schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment
The Columbian / Posted 5 days ago
in American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the books in 19 states despite calls from the U.S. Education Department to curb punitive discipline, which has been shown to affect minority and disabled students... Read more
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FOX News
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishmentThe message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work towa
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment
FOX News / Posted 5 days ago
The message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work toward positive school climates and less punitive approaches to school discipline. While much of the focus has been on reducing suspensions, another punishment is regularly... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishmentin American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the bo
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 5 days ago
in American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the books in 19 states despite calls from the U.S. Education Department to curb punitive discipline, which has been shown to affect minority and disabled students... Read more
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Savannah Morning News
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishmentin American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the bo
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment
Savannah Morning News / Posted 5 days ago
in American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the books in 19 states despite calls from the U.S. Education Department to curb punitive discipline, which has been shown to affect minority and disabled students... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
In some U.S. schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment; Kansas, 18 other states still allow itin American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the bo
In some U.S. schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment; Kansas, 18 other states still allow it
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 5 days ago
in American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the books in 19 states despite calls from the U.S. Education Department to curb punitive discipline, which has been shown to affect minority and disabled students... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishmentdeclined in recent decades, paddling is still on the books in 19 states, includ
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 5 days ago
declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the books in 19 states, including South Carolina, despite calls from the U.S. Education Department to curb punitive discipline, which has been shown to affect minority and disabled students... Read more
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KULR-8 Billings
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishmentThe message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work towa
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment
KULR-8 Billings / Posted 5 days ago
The message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work toward positive school climates and less punitive approaches to school discipline. While much of the focus has been on reducing suspensions, another punishment is regularly... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Education Department still sees resistance in ending corporal punishmentThe message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work towa
Education Department still sees resistance in ending corporal punishment
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 5 days ago
The message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work toward positive school climates and less punitive approaches to school discipline. While much of the focus has been on reducing suspensions, another punishment is regularly... Read more
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Boston Herald
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishmentin American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the bo
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment
Boston Herald / Posted 5 days ago
in American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the books in 19 states despite calls from the U.S. Education Department to curb punitive discipline, which has been shown to affect minority and disabled students... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishmentin American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the bo
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 5 days ago
in American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the books in 19 states despite calls from the U.S. Education Department to curb punitive discipline, which has been shown to affect minority and disabled students... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishmentin American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the bo
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 5 days ago
in American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the books in 19 states, despite calls from the U.S. Education Department to curb punitive disciplinary measures, which has been shown to affect minority and disabled... Read more
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The New Canaan News
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishmentin American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the bo
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment
The New Canaan News / Posted 5 days ago
in American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the books in 19 states, despite calls from the U.S. Education Department to curb punitive disciplinary measures, which has been shown to affect minority and disabled... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
In some US schools, students still get paddled — and parents don't mindin American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the bo
In some US schools, students still get paddled — and parents don't mind
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 5 days ago
in American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the books in 19 states despite calls from the U.S. Education Department to curb punitive discipline, which has been shown to affect minority and disabled students... Read more
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KOB 4 Albuquerque
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishmentin American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the bo
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment
KOB 4 Albuquerque / Posted 5 days ago
in American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the books in 19 states despite calls from the U.S. Education Department to curb punitive discipline, which has been shown to affect minority and disabled students... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishmentThe message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work towa
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 5 days ago
The message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work toward positive school climates and less punitive approaches to school discipline. While much of the focus has been on reducing suspensions, another punishment is regularly... Read more
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KXXV Waco
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishmentThe message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work towa
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment
KXXV Waco / Posted 5 days ago
The message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work toward positive school climates and less punitive approaches to school discipline. While much of the focus has been on reducing suspensions, another punishment is regularly... Read more
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Darien News-Review
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishmentin American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the bo
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment
Darien News-Review / Posted 5 days ago
in American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the books in 19 states, despite calls from the U.S. Education Department to curb punitive disciplinary measures, which has been shown to affect minority and disabled... Read more
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FOX 8 New Orleans
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishmentThe message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work towa
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment
FOX 8 New Orleans / Posted 5 days ago
The message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work toward positive school climates and less punitive approaches to school discipline. While much of the focus has been on reducing suspensions, another punishment is regularly... Read more
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FOX 28 South Bend
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishmentThe message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work towa
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment
FOX 28 South Bend / Posted 5 days ago
The message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work toward positive school climates and less punitive approaches to school discipline. While much of the focus has been on reducing suspensions, another punishment is regularly... Read more
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Bay News 9 Tampa Bay
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishmentin American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the bo
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment
Bay News 9 Tampa Bay / Posted 5 days ago
in American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the books in 19 states despite calls from the U.S. Education Department to curb punitive discipline, which has been shown to affect minority and disabled students... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishmentin American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the bo
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 5 days ago
in American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the books in 19 states, despite calls from the U.S. Education Department to curb punitive disciplinary measures which has been shown to affect minority and disabled... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishmentin American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the bo
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment
Stamford Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
in American schools has declined in recent decades, paddling is still on the books in 19 states, despite calls from the U.S. Education Department to curb punitive disciplinary measures, which has been shown to affect minority and disabled... Read more
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KCBD-TV Lubbock
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishmentThe message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work towa
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment
KCBD-TV Lubbock / Posted 5 days ago
The message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work toward positive school climates and less punitive approaches to school discipline. While much of the focus has been on reducing suspensions, another punishment is regularly... Read more
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WLBT 3 Jackson
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishmentThe message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work towa
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment
WLBT 3 Jackson / Posted 5 days ago
The message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work toward positive school climates and less punitive approaches to school discipline. While much of the focus has been on reducing suspensions, another punishment is regularly... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishmentThe message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work towa
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 5 days ago
The message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work toward positive school climates and less punitive approaches to school discipline. While much of the focus has been on reducing suspensions, another punishment is regularly... Read more
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KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishmentThe message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work towa
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment
KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches / Posted 5 days ago
The message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work toward positive school climates and less punitive approaches to school discipline. While much of the focus has been on reducing suspensions, another punishment is regularly... Read more
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KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishmentThe message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work towa
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment
KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls / Posted 5 days ago
The message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work toward positive school climates and less punitive approaches to school discipline. While much of the focus has been on reducing suspensions, another punishment is regularly... Read more
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KLTV 7 Tyler
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishmentThe message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work towa
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment
KLTV 7 Tyler / Posted 5 days ago
The message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work toward positive school climates and less punitive approaches to school discipline. While much of the focus has been on reducing suspensions, another punishment is regularly... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishmentThe message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work towa
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 5 days ago
The message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work toward positive school climates and less punitive approaches to school discipline. While much of the focus has been on reducing suspensions, another punishment is regularly... Read more
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Daily Herald
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishmentThe message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work towa
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment
Daily Herald / Posted 5 days ago
The message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work toward positive school climates and less punitive approaches to school discipline. While much of the focus has been on reducing suspensions, another punishment is regularly... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishmentThe message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work towa
In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 5 days ago
The message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work toward positive school climates and less punitive approaches to school discipline. While much of the focus has been on reducing suspensions, another punishment is regularly... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Fleischmann criticizes new Obama rule extending transgender bathroom access to federal buildingsseek additional privacy." The issue of transgender bathroom use exploded in Te
Fleischmann criticizes new Obama rule extending transgender bathroom access to federal buildings
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 8 days ago
seek additional privacy." The issue of transgender bathroom use exploded in Tennessee and elsewhere this year after the U.S. Education Department issued guidance saying transgender students may use restrooms and other facilities based on their... Read more
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NBC Miami
Back to School: Enrollment Up As Kids Return to Schoolpublic elementary and secondary schools this fall. That's up just slightly from
Back to School: Enrollment Up As Kids Return to School
NBC Miami / Posted 12 days ago
public elementary and secondary schools this fall. That's up just slightly from the 2015-16 school year, according to the U.S. Education Department. They'll be taught by some 3.1 million school teachers from pre-kindergarten through high school,... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
Feds to test financial aid for unorthodox college programsfrom “ineligible entities” outside the school, such as GE. But in a pilot proje
Feds to test financial aid for unorthodox college programs
WWLP Springfield / Posted 13 days ago
from “ineligible entities” outside the school, such as GE. But in a pilot project meant to help low-income students, the U.S. Education Department is opening financial aid to eight programs jointly offered by schools and companies. “While... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
Back to school means new expenses for parentspublic elementary and secondary schools this fall. That’s up just slightly from
Back to school means new expenses for parents
WWLP Springfield / Posted 13 days ago
public elementary and secondary schools this fall. That’s up just slightly from the 2015-16 school year, according to the U.S. Education Department. They’ll be taught by some 3.1 million school teachers from pre-kindergarten through high school,... Read more
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Bay News 9 Tampa Bay
Feds to test financial aid for unorthodox college programsfrom "ineligible entities" outside the school, such as GE. But in a pilot proje
Feds to test financial aid for unorthodox college programs
Bay News 9 Tampa Bay / Posted 13 days ago
from "ineligible entities" outside the school, such as GE. But in a pilot project meant to help low-income students, the U.S. Education Department is opening financial aid to eight programs jointly offered by schools and companies. "While... Read more
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Salon.com
Feds to test financial aid for unorthodox college programsfrom “ineligible entities” outside the school, such as GE. But in a pilot proje
Feds to test financial aid for unorthodox college programs
Salon.com / Posted 13 days ago
from “ineligible entities” outside the school, such as GE. But in a pilot project meant to help low-income students, the U.S. Education Department is opening financial aid to eight programs jointly offered by schools and companies. “While... Read more
9 related stories
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Daily Herald
Feds to test financial aid for unorthodox college programsfrom "ineligible entities" outside the school, such as GE. But in a pilot proje
Feds to test financial aid for unorthodox college programs
Daily Herald / Posted 13 days ago
from "ineligible entities" outside the school, such as GE. But in a pilot project meant to help low-income students, the U.S. Education Department is opening financial aid to eight programs jointly offered by schools and companies. "While... Read more
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Newsmax
Feds to Test Financial Aid for Unorthodox College ProgramsThe U.S. Education Department says it will start offering financial aid for som
Feds to Test Financial Aid for Unorthodox College Programs
Newsmax / Posted 13 days ago
The U.S. Education Department says it will start offering financial aid for some nontraditional college programs that are jointly offered by universities and outside companies. Federal law previously prohibited financial aid for programs in which at... Read more
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ABC 6 Providence
Feds to test financial aid for unorthodox college programsBOSTON (AP) - The U.S. Education Department says it will start offering financi
Feds to test financial aid for unorthodox college programs
ABC 6 Providence / Posted 13 days ago
BOSTON (AP) - The U.S. Education Department says it will start offering financial aid for some nontraditional college programs that are jointly offered by universities and outside companies. Federal law previously prohibited financial aid for... Read more
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Salon.com
BACK TO SCHOOL: Enrollment up a bit as kids return to schoolpublic elementary and secondary schools this fall. That’s up just slightly from
BACK TO SCHOOL: Enrollment up a bit as kids return to school
Salon.com / Posted 13 days ago
public elementary and secondary schools this fall. That’s up just slightly from the 2015-16 school year, according to the U.S. Education Department. They’ll be taught by some 3.1 million school teachers from pre-kindergarten through high school,... Read more
60 related stories
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Wichita Falls Times Record News
BACK TO SCHOOL: Enrollment up a bit as kids return to schoolpublic elementary and secondary schools this fall. That's up just slightly from
BACK TO SCHOOL: Enrollment up a bit as kids return to school
Wichita Falls Times Record News / Posted 13 days ago
public elementary and secondary schools this fall. That's up just slightly from the 2015-16 school year, according to the U.S. Education Department. They'll be taught by some 3.1 million school teachers from pre-kindergarten through high school,... Read more
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