Ebola in Schools

Fear is growing as various districts take different actions to try to protect students and staff from the virus and misinformation.


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  2. L.I. District Must Teach Immigrants

    Group claims 33 students were excluded from classes. NYTimes
  3. Teacher Unions' $60M Election Push

    NEA and AFT lead midterm election spending. Time
  4. GOP Schools on Ed Politics

    In 4 states, Democrats are gaining ground by harping on ed issues. Politico
  5. Hot Hashtag: #WhyIRefuse

    Anti-testing movement gets acknowledgement from Obama. WashPost


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