Richard, Alan; Sack, Joetta L.; Robelen, Erik W.; Davis, Michelle R.; Galley, Michelle
June 2002
Education Week;6/19/2002, Vol. 21 Issue 41, p23
Offers news briefs pertaining to education in the United States for June 19, 2002. Vouchers given to eligible public school students in Florida because the schools failed state approval; The type of background checks on teachers requested by the superintendent of public instruction, Jaime A. Molera, in Arizona; Task force created by Louisiana legislators to determine if large school systems should be divided into smaller administrative units; Decision to surrender the charter of the Georgetown Charter School in Delaware because of financial problems; Grant from the J. A. and Kathryn Albertson Foundation to start online classes for Idaho high school students.


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