Education-Related Ballot Items Reflect Fiscal, Policy Concerns

November 12, 2008

EDUCATION WEEK–Maryland is getting slot machines in exchange for about $660 million for education. Oregon’s schools can continue to teach English-language learners in their native language for as long as they want. And Nebraska universities and school programs won’t be able to use race as a factor in admissions. Far down on state ballots across the country, those and full story
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