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November 14, 2013 04:12 pm


Linked learning is designed to address a skills gap in California, making studies relevant to careers for high school students. Los Angeles Times

After imposing stricter waiver requirements for No Child Left Behind act flexibility, the US Department of Education is scaling back, making it easier for states to meet the teacher-evaluation data component. Politics K-12

Kentucky has some good news: three out of five high school graduates in the state enter college. State officials say the encouraging number is evidence that students are being well-prepared for college in high school.

Should teacher performance be public information? State appeals courts in Florida and California answered yes, giving newspapers access to “value-added” information on individual teachers. Teacher Beat


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