Governor Inslee has a bill to sign about AP course credit.
Washington’s public colleges and universities would have to treat students who have taken and passed Advanced Placement tests in high school the same, a bill that received final legislative approval says.More news about desperation for school funding, this time from New Mexico.
New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez (R) has vetoed higher education funding. All of it — and the legislature cannot override her veto.The annual Family Survey from the district should be in your e-mail box this week.
And funding is so tight for K-12 education that Albuquerque has decided to eliminate sports programs in every middle school — at least for now — a move the governor quickly criticized.
School administrators have said further cuts could lead to drastic action, such as layoffs and/or a shorter school year.
All guardians with a K-12 student should receive an email link to the survey from email@example.com by April 21. The survey window will close on May 19.On enrollment:
If your family does not have an email address on file, you will receive a mailed survey. Please be sure to complete your survey by Friday, May 19.
The results of Open Enrollment will be available online April 17 and sent out by mail to students granted new assignment in late April.What's on your mind?
Visit our Assignment Lookup webpage to view the Open Enrollment Results