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Today's Top Ed News
- Large number of donations came from for-profit ed companies. WashPost
- Ed tech show ends after 4 days, 21,000 attendees. ISTE
- Case may limit unions ability to collect from non-members. AP
- News Corp. stops ordering new tablets; sales remain weak. Bloomberg
- 1,400 jobs will be lost, but few teachers. AP
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