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Afternoon Announcements: 275 Districts Apply for $100 Million High School-Redesign Competition

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January 31, 2014 01:32 pm


Rep. George Miller, a co-author of the No Child Left Behind Act, said that he never expected the legislation to stir up an obsession over standardized testing. This interview with the Rep. is a great read. EdSource

In audio segment, Glenn Reynolds, author of a new book on the importance of digital learning for the 21st-century, talks about how technology can be a great equalizer in education. WNYC

The South Dakota House rejected a resolution that would half the expansion of the Common Core State Standards. Rapid City Journal

Around 275 school districts have applied for a chunk of the $100 million high school redesign competition run by the Obama administration to improve high schools. Politics K-12


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