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    Across the country many students staged demonstrations and protest. HuffPost
  2. Ferguson Verdict Causes School Closures

    Safety is a concern for the students, but what kind of message is this decision sending? Quartz
  3. White House Wants To Prepare Teachers Better

    Obama administration announced they intend to develop new standards of accountability. HuffPost
  4. What’s Your Students’ Reaction To The Fitness Test?

    Many generations have long groaned at the mandatory school physical education test. NPR
  5. After School Program Debate: What It Is and Isn’t

    With the expansion of afterschool programs, many argue whether it is for tutoring or playing. WNYC


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