Friday Reading List: Education News From Around The South

Alabama’s full senate has delayed a vote on changes to the state’s Accountability Act (al.com).

Georgia Governor Nathan Deal says Georgia will continue with Common Core standards (Marietta Daily Journal); Georgia’s Cobb County School Board has voted to reject Common Core math books (Atlanta Journal-Constitution).

Louisiana lawmakers have voted to delay teacher evaluation penalties (subscription, Education Week; Alexandria Town Talk).

A bill that would require Louisiana schools to plan for live-shooter drills with law enforcement is headed to the full state senate for debate (nola.com).

Tennessee is recruiting teachers for financial literacy courses in middle and high schools (Media Release, tn.gov).

 

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