Alabama’s proposed teacher pay raise falls from 2.5% to 1% (al.com).
An Alabama senate committee has approved changes to the state’s Accountability Act, clarifying public school tax credits (al.com).
Local Republican representatives in Georgia are warning an area school board about a vote on Common Core textbooks scheduled today (Marietta Daily Journal).
Some Georgia charter schools say a new statewide commission is being too hard on them (WXIA).
Georgia technical school leaders say sequestration could hit their schools hardest (GPB).
A teacher rally in Baton Rouge yesterday left one Louisiana high school missing 40-percent of teachers; Lafayette High School’s principal now says he did not support all teachers attending the rally, adding that only representatives should attend (KATC).
The Tennessee Charter School Incubator plans to extend services (Tennessean).
A Tennessee teacher association has filed a complaint with the state board of education over the state’s new method of teacher union negotiations, called collaborative conferencing (WPLN).