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Today's Top Ed News

  1. Christie Drops Common Core; Keeps PARCC

    NJ gov. calls for state-created standards. NJ.com
  2. Jindal Common Core Lawsuit Tossed

    Judge denies plea to strip Common Core from state. WashPost
  3. Kentucky Takes Over School District

    Citing mismanagement, state will run Breathitt SD. Kentucky.com
  4. Why One CC Test Will Meet Tough Standard

    ... And another won't. HechReport
  5. NY State Names Elia Ed Commissioner

    Fired Fla. super nabs top ed spot in Cuomo administration. NYTimes

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  • Alexander Russo

    Quotes: Portrayal of Teachers Is "Disingenuous and Outrageous"

    May. 29, 2015 at 11:01AM

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    Digital Literacy: Unlocking Technology's Potential

    May, 27, 2015 at 3:25PM

  • Rod Berger

    How Do You Prioritize District Data?

    May. 27, 2015 at 12:16PM

  • Tech Tools

    Freebee Friday: Be an Author

    May. 29, 2015 at 06:01AM

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