Spurred by NY mayor, 10 US cities launch volunteering programs to address local challenges

Spurred by NY, 10 cities launch volunteer programs

Lawmakers may soon consider altering Pa. Right-to-Know Law to address issues that have arisen

Changes could be on horizon for Pa.’s records law

No Mich. vote held yet on ‘Race to the Top’ education changes; lawmakers still wait on bills

No vote on Mich. school changes as lawmakers wait

Calif. Senate approves compromise education reform bill, as Race to the Top deadline looms

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Despite crackdown, Muslims from around the globe studying in Pakistan, raising security fears

Hardline Pakistani schools a draw for foreigners

Politics dominate California effort to reform education, apply for federal Race to the Top

Politics dominate Calif education reform effort

Elections board in NC ends investigation into singer Clay Aiken’s voter registration

NC elections board ends exam of ‘Idol’ runner-up

NC county elections board ends probe after singer Clay Aiken changes voter registration

Aiken takes name off voter list, ending NC probe

Major Irish order of Catholic nuns offers euro128 million in reparations to child-abuse victims

Irish nuns offer euro128M for permitting child abuse

Major Irish order of Catholic nuns offers €128 million in reparations to child-abuse victims

Irish nuns offer €128M for permitting child abuse

Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison unveils education initiatives she’ll implement if elected governor

Hutchison wants more technology in Texas schools

Arizona education union challenges constitutionality of law changes on teachers

Arizona union challenges law changes on teachers

Nebraska governor gives final approval to massive package of budget cuts totaling $334 million

Nebraska governor signs budget-cutting package

Legislative auditors question spending by school districts on vehicles, support services

Audit: public schools lax in financial management

AP IMPACT: As military academies seek diversity, urban lawmakers often make fewest nominations

AP IMPACT: Some lawmakers send few to academies

Judge tells Chicago to allow students to transfer out of school after videotaped beating death

Judge tells Chicago to let students transfer

Michelle Obama tells Denver high school students not to fret bad test scores

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