IL schools will have to teach cursive writing by the time students finish 5th grade. Gov Rauner called the new law an unfunded mandate.
Overriding a veto, the IL General Assembly moved to protect the rights of students who borrow money for college.
The IL gov. vetoed an unfunded mandate that would have required 5th graders to be taught at least 1 unit on cursive writing.
The public school privatization argument is worth talking about—if only to bust the myth that it will solve all our problems. It won’t even come close.
A compromise was reached in the IL school funding fiasco, but one provision, a voucher program, troubles some educators and politicians.
School funding in IL has a due date tomorrow, and it still seems to be in limbo at the center of mostly bipartisan politics and games.
Payments from the state to IL schools are in jeopardy unless the governor and General Assembly can, somehow, pass a bill.
School funding is held up in IL, despite approval of a state budget this month, over disagreements between the governor and lawmakers.
School funding in IL is still threatened, owing to an amendatory veto power Gov Bruce Rauner may have. Lawmakers may have a special session.
IL lawmakers passed a budget, after a 2-yr impasse and unknown fallout in schools and universities, so the recovery will begin.