Louisiana two-million short on voucher funds
Posted on 3/17/2018 10:30:00 AM.

Louisiana is two million dollars short on its funding for voucher students this year. The money is appropriated every June, and covers the cost of state students to attend charter and private schools, instead of public schools.
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State Education Department launches teacher recruitment campaign
Posted on 2/21/2018 10:14:00 AM.
The State Department of Education is launching the “Be Irreplaceable. Be a Teacher” campaign. Teacher of the Year Kim Eckert announced the 100-thousand-dollar campaign which is an effort to convince high school and college students to make a career in the teaching profession.
 
"There aren't that many careers where you have a direct impact or a direct pulse on what you want the future to look like."
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Annual school performance scores remain steady for third straight year
Posted on 11/7/2017 12:05:00 PM.

Louisiana’s Superintendent of Education John White released the annual school performance scores for the 2016-2017 year. White says the scores have remained steady for the third consecutive year. He says Louisiana fourth graders are showing the most improvement in reading and math.
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Dept. of Ed to give more harsh annual school performance scores
Posted on 11/7/2017 5:47:00 AM.

The state Department of Education releases the 2016-2017 annual school performance scores today and this is the last time schools with be graded on a curve.
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State dept. of Education launches website to help parents decide the best K-12 public school
Posted on 11/7/2017 2:02:00 AM.

The state’s education department developed a website to help parents decide the best K-12 public school for their child. The website, louisianaschools.com, launches today.
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Louisiana receives $55-million to improve reading and writing skills of struggling students
Posted on 10/3/2017 5:21:00 PM.
By Jeff Palermo
Louisiana is set to receive 55-million dollars in federal grant money to improve the reading and writing skills of struggling students. State department of education spokesperson Sydni Dunn says the state will receive 18.5 million dollars each year for the next three years and they already know how the money will be allocated. 
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Dept. of Ed to train 500 educators to serve as mentors to future teachers
Posted on 8/25/2017 6:33:00 AM.

Louisiana Department of Education is seeking to train over 500 Louisiana educators to serve as mentors to future teachers.

Assistant Superintendent of Talent Hannah Diestsch says the Bayou State is changing the way teachers learn how to teach. She says the new method will be similar to how medical students become doctors.
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Dept. of Ed announces no change in students scoring mastery on LEAP tests from last year
Posted on 7/12/2017 2:40:00 PM.
The state Department of Education announces 33% of students scored mastery on LEAP tests in 2017, which is the same as last year.
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More students graduating high school than ever before
Posted on 6/23/2017 12:06:00 PM.

More Louisiana students are graduating high school than ever before. That’s according to state Education Superintendent John White, who says this year’s graduating class maintained record gains made by the class of 2015.
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Dept. of Ed. announces new requirements for childcare assistance
Posted on 2/19/2017 7:36:00 AM.

The state Department of Education has changed requirements for the Child Care Assistance Program, which provides federal funds so low income families can pay for child care while going to work or school. Assistant Superintendent of Early Childhood Jenna Conway says they received feedback from families about previous regulations and decided it was time to make some improvements.
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