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LA School Report | September 24, 2015

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Report: Economy improves, but not for California’s poor kids
In 24 states, the lot of poor children did improve slightly between 2013 and 2014, but in California, progress has been stagnant. KPCC

Orange County says special ed students must comply with vaccination law
Many parents who opposed the new vaccination law believed that special education students would be exempt because of language in the bill. EdSource

Gov. Brown must decide fate of exit exam, other key ed bills
Gov. Jerry Brown has until Oct. 11 to sign or veto legislation that the Legislature passed before heading home last month. EdSource

All D.C. public school students will learn to ride a bike in second grade
Second-grade students at Walker-Jones Education Campus this week are learning a new alphabet: The ABC’s of bike safety. Washington Post

Survey: Late nights online affecting behavior and academic performance
Stop Procrastinating, a company that offers site blocking and filtering software, conducted the survey of 3,000 parents of children aged 12 to 15. The Journal

New NCES study examines black-white achievement gap
The report explores the black-white achievement gap as it relates to a school’s demographic composition. Yahoo

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