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Teacher Shortage: Colorado Bill Focuses on Rural Districts

From EdWeek: Rural school districts in Colorado would receive help finding and keeping teachers if legislation passed by state lawmakers last week is signed by the governor, according to a story by The Colorado Independent. 258 more words

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States Consider, Ramp Up Loan Forgiveness for Rural Teachers

From EdWeek: Several states are considering or enacting policies to forgive loans for teachers who work in rural schools, in an attempt to mitigate a constant teacher shortage in those areas. 403 more words

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Legislative Council Announces Study Committees

The Legislative Council has created seven interim study committees, including three—a Study Committee on School Data, a Study Committee on Publication of Government Documents and Legal Notices; and a Study Committee on Rural Broadband— 291 more words

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More on the Teacher Shortage and the WASB's Efforts

Reports from the Capitol suggest Gov. Walker may be signing  Assembly Bill 793 into law within the next week or so.  This bill creates a rural teacher loan forgiveness program by modifying the state’s existing teacher loan program to include teachers in rural areas. 253 more words

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Helping Li'l Sis...

At a rural school delivering school supplies… Copan Region, Honduras

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Ready For School

School chums at a rural school, in the Copan Region of Honduras, in their new school uniforms. My Rotary Club sponsors a school and some us, along with other Rotarians from the Pacific Northwest, went down to deliver school supplies and books to schools in rural villages, working in partnership with the Rotary Club of Copan.   26 more words

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Ensuring Quality and Equality in South African Schools

By Andrew Maki, N-Map’s Senior Attorney in Nigeria

By November 29th, 2016 all of South Africa’s schools will be required to have electricity, drinking water, toilets, and safe buildings. 451 more words

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