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Today's Top Ed News

  1. Mayor Skips Hearing on Control of NYC Schools

    NYC mayor Bill de Blasio, seeking renewal of his control of city schools and facing Republican opposition, declines to attend a state Senate hearing. NY Times
  2. Humanitarian Summit on Threat to Schools

    The World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul turns focus to aid and protection for schools in crisis regions. Huff Post
  3. School Threats Across U.S. and U.K.

    Two San Diego high schools went on lock-down Monday after threats of violence, and other schools in U.S. and U.K. reported threats; automated hoaxes suspected in some cases. LA Times
  4. Georgia School Chief Issues Own Guidelines on Transgender

    State super Richard Woods rebuts Obama's guidelines. AtlantaJournalConstitution
  5. Kentucky Achievement Gap is Widening

    Alarming results occur 5 years after state adopted Common Core. HechReport

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