Recess round-up: June 18th

College tuition: More than 5,000 students at Colorado State University will have their tuition cut for next year.

State universities in Idaho are considering charging different fees for different majors.

Rights violation: The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is charging that students in New Hampshire had their 4th amendment rights violated when they were patted down before graduation.

Disabled children: Delaware Gov. Jack Markell signed a new law that requires schools to provide children with disabilities a “free and appropriate education.”

No Child Left Behind: Minnesota gubernatorial hopeful Matt Entenza thinks the state should ditch No Child Left Behind.

No more Ds: Larrie Reynolds, superintendent of the Mount Olive schools in New Jersey, wants to do away with Ds in the grading scale.

Charter schools: After initially saying it wouldn’t vote until August, Philadelphia’s School Reform Commission this week approved expansions for 22 charter schools for next year.

Sarah Butrymowicz