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  1. Superintendents for the Common Core

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    Valerie Strauss on the data used to rank teacher-friendly states. WaPo
  3. Schools Stretch to Accommodate Migrant Students

    With the school year underway, schools scramble to provide services. HuffPo
  4. Robots Teach Programming

    Using robotics to introduce kids to computer science. NYT
  5. Exercise Is ADHD Medication

    Research suggests that physical activity is an effective intervention. Atlantic

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

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