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Today's Top Ed News

  1. U.S. Lags in Pay Equity, Other Measures

    Compared to other countries, the U.S. falls short in terms of teacher pay, access to PreK, and affordable tuition. US News
  2. Brooklyn Rezoning Admissions Quota Proposed

    To maintain diversity in newly affluent area, an admissions quota requiring seats be set aside for low-income kids is under consideration. NYTimes
  3. Urban Charters Succeed, Suburban Often Don't

    Extensive research shows low-income, nonwhite students do better in charters, while suburban, mostly white students often fare worse. NYTimes
  4. Massachusetts Rejects PARCC, Will Create Its Own Assessment

    Only 5 states still committed to this test; 15 use Smarter Balanced. NYTimes
  5. More on Mass.: Zernicke on PBS

    NYT reporter explains the importance of Mass. dropping PARCC.


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