Duncan Quits Post; Will Return to Chicago

He leaves in Dec.; John King Jr. to take over his spot.

Today's Top Ed News

  1. Duncan's Successor Just as Controversial

    Secretary of Education Arne Duncan's successor, reform advocate John King, is sure to receive similar criticism for his stances. Wash Post
  2. Lesson-Sharing Sites Scrutinized

    As more teachers share educational resources online, questions arise over ownership and use. EdWeek
  3. More Funding for Principals

    American Express, which has funded other ed initiatives, gives $2.5 million to NASSP to develop principal talent. EdWeek
  4. Arne Duncan Stepping Down

    John King to be named acting secretary. Obama to discuss Arne later today. NBC
  5. Back-to-School Funding Battles

    Ballot and legal battles for funding in many states mark the start of the 2014-15 school year. EdWeek


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    Educating the Gaming Industry

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