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December 31, 2014 at 3:04 PM

Roundup: Court rules Kansas school funding is inadequate; ‘Sesame Street’ goes digital

Court rules Kansas school funding insufficient (The New York Times): A state court panel has ruled that Kansas schools are unconstitutionally underfunded, but it failed to provide a specific dollar amount lawmakers should be spending. The state is expected to appeal the decision to the Kansas Supreme Court.

‘Sesame Street’ focuses on digital e-learning offerings (NPR): “Anytime, anywhere learning” is the mantra for a new line of digital products developed by Sesame Workshop, an offshoot of “Sesame Street.” Vocabulary development is one key focus of the new educational tools.

Private college outlines financial-aid offers (The Washington Post): Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, Pa., gives an inside look at the financial aid offers of nine students of various economic backgrounds and academic standings.

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