Roundup: Homeless Students, Preschool Wages, School Food Battle

Today in the world of education news.

With Homeless Students on the Rise, Will New Education Law Help? | US News ow.ly/8w7k301hzfj

Low wages undermine efforts to improve the quality of preschools, federal report says | EdSource ow.ly/q1vw301hxQE

Political critics of Obama target new school meal rules :: SI&A Cabinet Report ow.ly/DbOf301hzji

Achievement Gap For Blacks, Latinos In San Diego Unified Narrows | KPBS ow.ly/jOop301hzh8

Study: Slight progress for CPS students’ college graduation prospects – Chicago Tribune ow.ly/WSce301gJ3d

At education summit, calls for more revenue for schools | Catalyst Chicago ow.ly/dWdq301hz6P

Teacher-led innovation celebrated at summit in Minneapolis | MinnPost ow.ly/TsZb301hye7

Coalition says L.A. Unified underfunds neediest students – LA Timesow.ly/VUq5301hxmp

Lawmakers Have Deal on Ramapo Schools – WSJ pllqt.it/ncWywi

Fewer Hurdles to Graduation for Disabled Students in New York – The New York Times ow.ly/cAnX301hxtL

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Alexander Russo

Alexander Russo is a freelance education writer who has created several long-running blogs such as the national news site This Week In Education, District 299 (about Chicago schools), and LA School Report. He can be reached on Twitter at @alexanderrusso, on Facebook, or directly at alexanderrusso@gmail.com.