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Remainders: Unions protest Wireless Generation contract

  • The city and state teachers unions asked the state to drop its Wireless Generation contract. (HuffPo)
  • A suggestion that USDOE might be pitching news stories that target Diane Ravitch. (Mike Klonsky)
  • Illinois is the latest state to launch an erasure analysis into possible cheating on state tests. (WBEZ)
  • Ex-Penn. Sen. Rick Santorum: Public pre-K equals government indoctrination. (Des Moines Register)
  • A class of Chicagoland sixth-graders went a week without using any post-1983 technology. (GOOD)
  • Federal reforms require schools to give data to researchers, to great confusion. (Inside School Research)
  • Some students made the most and others skipped Saturday programs that are now cut. (Notebook)
  • A teacher gives his interview response to a data question, then shares his data fears. (James Boutin 1, 2)
  • Georgia officials suggested cheating might have affected the state’s NAEP scores. (Curriculum Matters)
  • AFT President Randi Weingarten answered USA Today’s questions about education news. (YouTube)