Morning Read: No major education changes expected in Brown’s budget
Craig Clough | January 5, 2016
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Few surprises expected for schools in Brown’s new budget
There is a sense around the Capitol that Brown will hit the pause button this year on any major changes.
Cabinet Report, by Tom Chorneau
California’s list of poor schools posted again
Facing a lawsuit threat, the state Department of Education has changed its position on posting a list of low-performing schools.
Sacramento Bee, by Dan Walters
Education Department urges schools to prevent discrimination
The Education Department is urging the nation’s colleges and K-12 schools to guard against harassment and discrimination based on race, religion or national origin.
Washington Post, by Emma Brown
Forbes 30 under 30
Meet the 30 under 30 for education.
Forbes, by Caroline Howard
What happens when instead of suspensions, kids talk out their mistakes?
New Hampshire high school asks students to talk, listen and make amends.
Hechinger Report, by Emily Richmond
What to expect from new education chief John King
The U.S. Department of Education has a new boss, albeit a temporary one.
Marketplace, by Amy Scott