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TOP 5 NEWS STORIES

  1. Public: Make It Harder to Be a Teacher

    PDK/Gallup poll shows people favor more licensing, training.
  2. Vindication!

    Fla. drops test after K teacher boycott. WashPost
  3. Cali's Truancy Divide

    Minority elementary students miss 4x as much school as others. HuffPost
  4. Ed Officials Flunk Stats 101

    Op-Ed: How schools fail talented low-income students. WSJournal
  5. Farm-to-School in Oakland

    District's new plan emphasizes local foods at lunch. PBS

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