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Rise & Shine: L.A. teachers back tying test scores to evaluations

  • Implementing Obama’s education law plan will be politically and logistically difficult. (Times)
  • The plan will ease consequences for most schools but toughen them for some. (Washington Post)
  • The city and the teachers union could change rules for teachers in the “rubber room.” (GothamSchools)
  • A Los Angeles panel that includes teachers wants test scores used in teacher evaluations. (L.A. Times)
  • The Post says the city is to blame for the Khalil Gibran debacle, because it created a “separatist” school.
  • Choice fan Paul Peterson says students do better when their schools compete. (Wall Street Journal)

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