It turns out there are numerous connections between education and the Black Lives Matter movement.
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Today's Top Ed News
- National network seeks to get students interested in teaching. EdWeek
- White House has new plan to get girls and kids of color involved. HuffPost
- Report: Kids who took Common Core test online scored lower than those who used paper. WaPo
- Why one mathematician wants to rethink STEM. NYT
- A happier approach yields results at Colorado elementary school. The Atlantic
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