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Today's Top Ed News

  1. Mixed Messages

    The NEA's positions, which seem to support opt-out and oppose Common Core testing, are criticized for inconsistency. EdWeek
  2. Collateral Effects

    Supreme Court decisions on health care, free speech and so on, have implications for schools, teachers, and families. EdWeek
  3. Party of One

    Conservative on liberal Fairfax (Va.) school board Elizabeth Schultz: "Parents tell me they feel disenfranchised." WashPost
  4. Hit From Both Sides

    Liberals and tea partiers both attack Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker for waffling: "No more games on Common Core." WashPost
  5. One Race at a Time

    Arizona phys ed teacher fights obesity and budget cuts by starting a running club. Bonus: perseverance and goal setting. NPR

ON OUR BLOGS

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    Thompson: Remembering The Full Horror of "Death at an Early Age"

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