Vol 2, Issue 6

Students in Pre-K teacher Josefina Pineda's class sing to practice their language skills at the Dallas Independent School District Cesar Chavez Learning Center in Dallas, Texas.
Students in Pre-K teacher Josefina Pineda's class sing to practice their language skills at the Dallas Independent School District Cesar Chavez Learning Center in Dallas, Texas.

Talk Turns to Standards as Lawmakers Weigh Pre-K Bills

As legislators considered several early education bills Tuesday afternoon, testimony was dominated by a debate over what standards school districts should meet to get additional state funding for pre-kindergarten programs.

 

Dr. Susan Shauger performs a routine eye exam on Josh Fish at Lakeline Vision Source. A bill backed by optometrists to give them more negotiating power with health insurers, could force customers to lose discounts on services outside their insurance policy’s coverage.
Dr. Susan Shauger performs a routine eye exam on Josh Fish at Lakeline Vision Source. A bill backed by optometrists to give them more negotiating power with health insurers, could force customers to lose discounts on services outside their insurance policy’s coverage.

Ed Tech Products for the Blind and Visually Impaired

As technology is woven into everyday classroom curricula, innovation has ensured that students with specific needs are not left behind.

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