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  2. Is It Too Easy to Be a Teacher?

    Some are questioning the spread of alternative certifications. NPR
  3. Redshirt Kindergartners?

    Study: Benefits doubtful on starting K late. WallStreetJournal
  4. 12 Ed Leaders to Follow on Twitter

    Rhee, Ravitch, and a bevy of top reporters. EdDive
  5. Chicago Schools Filthy, Principals Say

    Rodents, roaches, and garbage cited; outsourcing blamed. WashPost

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