August 9 K-12 round-up

  • More public schools are teaching boys and girls separately – what does this mean for the future of K-12?  [Washington Post]
  • One Los Angeles charter school is going to extraordinary lengths to get their troubled students to attend class – and it seems to be paying off. [AP via Ed Week]
  • The Obama Administration is pouring billions of dollars into K-12 education and some observers are concerned that for-profit companies with little background in education or school reform are competing for some o that money. [New York Times]

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