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Articles from The Education Innovator (April 13, 2006)

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Among the Saturday morning regulars at The Morning Due Cafe in San Francisco (CA) are a group of students from Mission High School. Brief article 115
At Multicultural Magnet School in Bridgeport (CT), students from Puerto Rico celebrate Chinese New Year with friends, and students from Costa Rica enjoy curried food supplied by Indian classmates. Brief article 87
Horace Mann Scholarship Program for Educators. 89
MassDevelopment, Massachusetts' finance and development authority, recently announced that it will award financing packages worth $22.3 million to six charter schools. Brief article 99
Parental Information and Resource Centers. 203
Students at Carl Hayden High School (AZ) are sometimes the first in their families to graduate from high school, but now students on the robotics team talk about becoming computer programmers, scientists, and engineers. Brief article 95
The Ash Institute for Democratic Governance and Innovation at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government, in cooperation with the Council for Excellence in Government, has announced the Top 50 Government Innovations for 2006. Brief article 84
The federal government has approved Delaware's education standards and student testing system. Brief article 147
The Jefferson Parish public school system (LA) has received a $20 million grant from Cisco Systems, Inc., as part of a technology-driven initiative to improve student academic achievement in Gulf Coast schools hard hit by Hurricane Katrina. Brief article 101
The Partnership for Teacher Excellence is joining New York City's (NY) schools, the City University of New York (CUNY), and New York University (NYU) to offer teacher candidates the opportunity to work inside New York City public schools. Brief article 97
The SEED Foundation, (School for Educational Evolution and Development), a nonprofit organization that opened the nation's only public boarding school in Washington, DC, is now aiming to replicate the program. Brief article 123
Three magnet schools in the San Mateo-Foster City School District (CA) have been recognized as Magnet Schools of Excellence by Magnet Schools of America. Brief article 98
U.S. Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings spoke at the school choice forum at the Greater Allen Cathedral in Jamaica (NY). 842
Writing autobiographies, publishing poems, creating mysteries, and studying advanced literature are "par for the course" for students in Nancy Barile's classes at Revere High School (MA). Brief article 89

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