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Morning Announcements: White House Report Praises Race to the Top Program

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March 26, 2014 11:24 am


“Such a reality—that principals’ time is too often strained by other requirements of the job to make room for substantive instructional coaching—is running headlong into the increasing demand for school leaders to be inside classrooms, watching and studying teachers, and helping them improve as part of new teacher-evaluation systems.” Education Week

Cursive handwriting may not be taught in many states that have adopted the Common Core State Standards. Some lawmakers would like to change that tenet of the standards. NPR

A new report from the White House praises the gains made in the Obama administration’s Race to the Top competitive grant program, but it contains very little data. Politics K-12

The recent White House report on Race tot he Top praises the program for unleashing “enormous positive change” in public schools around the country. The Washington Post


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