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  1. Decaying Detroit Schools Get $500K Donation

    The $500,000 donation for Detroit's crumbling schools is a drop in the bucket for a district facing bankruptcy -- a PBS NewsHour report on its troubles. EdWeek
  2. Flint Supe Worries About Lead Effects

    Forward-thinking Flint superintendent Bilal Tawwab has kept city water out of schools for the past year but worries about effect on children in district. NPR
  3. Ed Sec Up for Permanent Post

    President Obama announced that he plans to nominate interim Secretary of Education John B. King Jr. for permanent position. Wash Post
  4. The Candidates on Education (or Not)

    No one is talking much about education during the presidential campaign (save Sanders and free college), but depending on who's in office, it will look drastically different. US News
  5. Teacher Shortages Grow Nationwide

    Disparate proposals are being floated by activists on the left and the right as states like Oklahoma, Indiana, and South Carolina grapple with teacher shortages. EdWeek

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