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  1. Tenure Tension Grows

    75,000 NYC teachers fire back against attacks on tenure. NYTimes
  2. How Long Does It Take To Learn To Read?

    A neurological study shows it may take kids longer than previously thought. NPR
  3. One Size Does Not Fit All

    Parents of students with disabilities are some of the Common Core's biggest critics. Hechinger
  4. 100 Kindergartners; 1 Classroom

    A Detroit school experiments with an unconventional teaching model. WashPo
  5. Were the NCLB Waivers Worth It?

    States have mixed reactions about their decisions to apply for waivers. EdWeek

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