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Have you ever heard the line that troubled public schools are to blame for the political mess in which the country finds itself? Well ....
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How is the program affecting educational opportunity in U.S. schools?
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A deep dive into a report that attempts to explain why a project funded by the foundation that involved using standardized test scores to evaluate teachers was a bust.
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Austin Beutner has been a success at many things but has no experience in education. Apparently his bosses don't think that matters.
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Teachers' unions face new reality after devastating Supreme Court decision.
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The third in a series on the movement to privatize public education in Mike Pence's home state.
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The school said in response to the letter that it is nonpartisan and supports the accomplishments of its alumni, regardless of politics.
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A new book explains why it is important and how it can be done. With excerpts.
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Hammond High School in Columbia, Md., is an honoree in the Schools of Opportunity project. Here's why.
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Every justice has attended Harvard or Yale's law school and only one earned a law degree elsewhere.
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