School Suspensions Lead to Legal Challenge
By ERIK ECKHOLM | NY Times
Jeremy Lange for The New York Times
Viktoria King was tutored at home after she was suspended for a semester for fighting at her school in Chocowinity, N.C.
Racial and constitutional questions are raised in the suspension of students after a fight at their high school.
Bill Proposes Increased Aid to the Needy for College
By TAMAR LEWIN | NY Times
The federal government would increase financing for Pell grants by $36 billion over 10 years under a Democratic plan.
Despite Gains, Charter School Is Told to Close
By TRIP GABRIEL | NY Times
As New York State moves to shut down an Albany charter school, it is apparent that holding schools accountable is not always so easy, or bloodless, as numbers on a page.
Barriers Found to College Degrees for Hispanics
By JACQUES STEINBERG | NY Times
Fewer Hispanic students earned degrees even at both competitive and less competitive colleges nationwide, the American Enterprise Institute found.
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