7:30 LRN Newscast January 30

Saints fans would say that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell comes out of hiding today. That’s because he’s holding a press conference in Atlanta, the site of this year’s Super Bowl. Goodell normally does a state of the league address during Super Bowl week, but you can bet he’ll be asked about the infamous no pass interference call in the NFC Championship game.

A report shows Louisianans do not use a quarter of their vacation days that they earn every year, and the Lt. Governor says he has a fix for that…
Voicer 1 (30) “I’m Matt Doyle”

A state commission proposes spending an additional 86-million dollars on early childhood education. The funding plan, called LA B to 3, aims to provide assistance to a total of 114,000 children three and under. Franklinton Senator Beth Mizell says it’s a crucial first step.
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A report says only half of Louisiana kindergarten students are considered ready for school.

Students’ behavior is another critical area in education. About 14-hundred educators are in Baton Rouge today for a summit on the issue. Lisa French with the state department of education says national experts will discuss methods on how to keep troubled students from dropping out or being sent to an alternative school…
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