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Remainders: GOP candidates would reduce federal K-12 role

  • GOP presidential candidates say they would reduce federal role in K-12 education. (Ed Week)
  • Educators embark on a “30 goal challenge” for teachers to meet in the new year. (GOOD)
  • A teacher discusses what it means to be from “the bottom 20 percent” academically. (GS Community)
  • A call for classroom lessons that delve deeper into the Civil Rights Movement. (Learning Network)
  • A mom offers prescriptions for parents to protect students from cyberbullies. (Insideschools)
  • Teachers are calling for the firing of a Bronx principal for his conduct in school. (Insideschools)
  • Advocates analyze impact of the suspension of SIG funding on Buffalo’s schools. (Buffalo ReformED)
  • The city is launching campaign about problems at for-profit colleges and training schools. (Schoolbook)
  • Governor Cuomo’s speech could position him as “the next education governor.” (Fordham Institute)
  • Organizers attempting to repeal California’s Dream Act have come up short. (Learning the Language)
  • House GOP bills would erode federal accountability aspects of No Child Left Behind. (Politics K-12)

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