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TOP 5 NEWS STORIES

  1. AP Courses to Adapt to CCSS

    College Board AP courses to become more rigorous. HechReport
  2. Weingarten: Let's Learn Our Lessons From Deasy

    AFT president says cooperation leads to more effective school reform. Politico
  3. Duncan Meets with Ray Cortines

    Secretary of Ed discusses technology with new LAUSD Supt. LATimes
  4. NYC Schools Facing Segregation

    Council introducing legislation: drawing attention to racial inequalities. NYT
  5. NYC Chancellor Replaces 8 Supts

    Farina first major move reshuffles responsibilities. NYT

ON OUR BLOGS

  • Alexander Russo

    5 Best Blogs & Tweets [Of Today]: Four Of Five NY Superintendents Support Common Core

    Oct. 22, 2014 at 04:55PM

  • Tech Tools

    Desktop Redux

    Oct. 22, 2014 at 08:06AM

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    See and hear leaders—from Ray Cortines to author Michael Horn (Disrupting Class)—intelligently discussing today’s hottest education topics.
  • Profiles in Education

    Get advice from today's newsmakers to guide you through the landmines that every superintendency holds. Including interviews with San Francisco's Carlos Garcia and AASA Superintendent of the Year Betty Morgan.
  • Weigh In:

    Trusted collegues share advice on the thorniest problems our schools are facing.

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