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Afternoon Announcements: Few US Students Learning Computer Science

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April 24, 2014 03:29 pm

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Few students in the United States are learning computer science in school, despite their growing dependency on technology. The Washington Post

This detailed guide follows the history of Race to the Top all the way to the present, complete with key players and the different phases of the contest. Politics K-12

Education Secretary Arne Duncan has finally reached a decision on Washington State’s request for a renewed waiver from some of the rigors of the No Child Left Behind Act: the request was denied. Huffington Post

Teachers want a say in what technology their schools invest. After all, they will be the ones using it and teaching students how to use it. The Hechinger Report

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