Public News Service - Social Issues

Electric shocks, noxious sprays, and forced confinement without food were reportedly banned yesterday by the New York State Board of Regents for use ...Read More
High housing costs and skyrocketing rental rates mean thousands of Oregonians have no home or are on the verge of homelessness every day. Housing ...Read More
More than 100 national education, civil rights, religious and disability groups are marking the fifth anniversary of the federal "No Child Left ...Read More
Today is the fifth Anniversary of the "No Child Left Behind Act," but in the state with the nation's fastest growing school population, some say the ...Read More
Today is the fifth anniversary of the federal "No Child Left Behind" education bill, and over a hundred education, children's, and civil rights ...Read More
The Idaho legislature is expected to take up the "rural economic development" topic again this year, and once again, the state's small towns will ...Read More
With Democrats in control and money to spend, the Washington State legislature heads back into session today. One of the big recipients from the ...Read More
The No Child Left Behind law (NCLB) is five years old today and the celebration is muted. More than 100 children's groups, education organizations ...Read More
It's been five years since President Bush signed the No Child Left Behind act into law, overhauling the way schools are evaluated and funded ...Read More
It's the fifth anniversary of the No Child Left Behind Act today, and the law is up for renewal this year. The federal law is meant to hold ...Read More
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