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Cherokees to Give $4 Million from Car Tag Sales to School Districts

OKLAHOMA – The Cherokee Nation is distributing checks totaling $4 million from tribal car tag sales to 106 school districts later this week.

The checks will be handed out Friday at the Tahlequah-based tribe’s annual Public School Appreciation Day at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa. 48 more words

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Mental Disorders | Is "Jail" The Solution?

Ah, schools. The one place where a large majority of your childhood memories lie. The one place where best friends are found and made, food fights and social circles are drawn and unfortunately, the place where you first encounter childhood bullies and your first dose of school drama. 471 more words

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Welcome to the Blog!

Welcome to the official blog of Exceptionally Empowered! This blog features recent articles concerning issues related to schools, curriculum changes, news of changes in school districts and much more! 24 more words

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Kansas school funding dispute heading back to high court

TOPEKA, Kansas (AP) — A dispute over whether Kansas must boost its spending on public schools by tens of millions of dollars each year is headed back to the state Supreme Court. 406 more words

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Plan Rating Schools With Letter Grades Headed To Full Senate

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AUSTIN (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — A plan to rate public schools statewide by letter grades A through F is headed to the full Senate. 182 more words

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How Are Delaware Students Benefitting From Superintendent Salaries?

It is not Mark Murphy.  This honor belongs to Brandywine Superintendent Dr. Mark Holodick.  According to a Delawareonline report issued today with a top ten list of the state’s highest paid employees, Holodick made $215,043.72 in 2014.  437 more words

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Quinault tribe settles civil rights lawsuit with 3 districts

WASHINGTON – The Quinault Indian Nation has settled a civil rights lawsuit it filed against three school districts on the Olympic Peninsula.

The tribe alleged in 2013 that the districts violated the rights of Taholah School District students by reducing opportunities for them to play in athletic contests. 35 more words

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