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State finds no open door law violation in Gary complaint

... Board and Gary Community School Corp. emergency manager Peggy Hinckley did not violate the open door law by meeting with Gary School Board members to update them on district information, according ... read more

Opinion Roundup: Silent Sam standoff, voter ID bills, regulating the vape industry and more

GARY ... Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is midnight, Dec. 13. GREG BARNES: Don’t sign Chemours consent order, residents tell DEQ (NC Health News reports) — “What else are they hiding from us?” res... read more

Why CPS is suing Illinois over school funding

Bruce Rauner repeatedly says he did not create this ... of Illinois—the state has violated this law. And nearly 400,000 schoolchildren in CPS suffer. Much ink (and many pixels) has been devoted to whe... read more

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St. Louis charter school funds are missing

The Missouri education department did not step in to take back leftover funds, saying there was no policy dictating ... governor and then-state Sen. Peter Kinder and several pastors - vowed to open fo... read more

Federal Judge Advocates Jury Nullification After Being Shocked by Overzealous Child Pornography Prosecution

That draconian sentence—independent of what was in store in the entirely separate state ... but did provide me with a copy of the emergency motion it filed seeking a stay in the trial. Prosecutors wan... read more

Group files lawsuit over Lake George vice principal job cut

The lawsuit, which was filed Friday in state Supreme Court in Warren ... In addition to the Open Meetings Law issue, the plaintiffs said the superintendent or board did not seek input from school prin... read more

Should Literacy Instruction Be a Constitutional Right?

Texas, it ruled that even though Texas' school financing system yielded big disparities in per-pupil funding, it did not run afoul of the 14th Amendment's equal-protection clauses. That seems pretty o... read more

The Latest: Affidavit: Gunman didn't shoot students he liked

The judge also took Pagourtzis' application for a court-appointed attorney. Pagourtzis has been charged with capital murder in the Friday morning shooting at Santa Fe High School. He did not enter ... ... read more

Dustin Hoffman Accused of Exposing Himself to a Minor, Assaulting Two Women (EXCLUSIVE)

Cori Thomas was in high school when she says Dustin Hoffman exposed himself to ... Representatives for Hoffman did not make him available to provide comment for this story. In a letter to Variety’s ow... read more

Parents of special needs students say school district covered up abuse

BDI found that many teachers and school nurses made verbal reports about Pickens’ treatment of students but nothing had been done. Judge Kimberly Schroer’s decision in the Williams case states that .. ... read more

Do Strict Firearm Laws Give States Lower Gun Death Rates?

(Oddly, Arkansas is included in the former category, although its "stand your ground" law was not enacted until this year.) States that did not require background checks for private sales also had a h... read more

Despite hurdles, Minneapolis makes progress on finding shelter for homeless at large encampment

While the apartment did not pan out, Pacheco said she has started to ... When the drumming stopped, the children looked refreshed and ready for school. Moments before they walked out the door, Mike to... read more

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