Daily Reading List: Education News From Around The South

  • Alabama’s new education accountability plan may mean big changes for schools. (Cullman Times)
  • Mississippi teacher exams to  increase cut score. (Clarion Ledger)
  • Many Mississippi teachers cite low pay as a primary concern when considering leaving the profession. (Clarion Ledger)
  • Thousands of Alabama college students lose federal grant for college due to new restrictions. (al.com)
  • Georgia school districts and other public offices brace for fiscal cliff. (Atlanta Journal Constitution)
  • Some Louisiana parents weigh in on voucher program ruling. (the Town Talk)
  • More students are passing the Georgia high school writing exam. (AP via Atlanta Daily World)
  • Cleveland City Schools in Tennessee tries to adapt to a growing multicultural population. (Cleveland Daily Banner)
  • Tennessee Gov. Haslam is undecided on vouchers, but continues to push other reforms. (Daily News)

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