Senate Republicans Monday rejected an attempt to revive a preschool pilot program that had been eliminated in a Senate committee last week.
A pilot program aimed at providing pre-k for low-income kids was stripped out of a bill Wednesday. The program was replaced with a mandated study of the issue:
Instead of the pilot program, the committee voted to track students at academically-oriented preschools and see if they are prepared for kindergarten.
Members of both parties are uniting behind a single message: the current school accountability system does not make sense.
One state lawmaker thinks it is time to ban fake Twitter and other social media accounts involving teachers and other school employees.