January 31 K-12 round-up

  • An Ohio mother lied to get her children into one of the best public schools in her state. After being found out, Kelly Williams-Bolar was convicted of a felony and sentenced to jail time and probation. [NPR]
  • The Associate Press reports that Teach for American has received a $100 million endowment from a group of four philanthropists.
  • A West Virginia state senator wants to revoke the driver licenses of parents whose children are chronically absent from school.  [Charleston Gazette]

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