Adoption States Policy Updates

April 2014
Educational Marketer;4/18/2014, Vol. 45 Issue 8, p5
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The article discusses the extension of the Proclamation 2016 call of Texas State Board of Education for new instructional materials on April 11, 2014. Topics discussed include the inclusion of the new materials for Languages Other than English in the Proclamation 2016, the passage of the $5.9 billion education budget bill in Alabama, and the withdrawal of South Carolina from the Smarter Balanced testing consortia made by Education Superintendent Mick Zais on April 15, 2014.


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