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Remainders: Australian company rules teacher training market

  • The city paid an Australian company $100 million to train teachers last year. (Schoolbook)
  • The teachers union produced a video on childcare providers whose jobs are being cut. (Edwize)
  • Poll: Less than a third of the American public trusts the nation’s public schools “quite a lot.” (Russo)
  • A look at Teach for America teacher attrition rates from the past and present. (Rubinstein)
  • Iowa became the first state to have its request for a federal NCLB waiver turned down. (Politics K-12)
  • A teacher worries that teacher data privacy will be impossible thanks to a new state bill. (PO’d Teacher)
  • Senators are asking the White House for detailed account of education budget cuts. (Politics K-12)
  • Congress might be near an agreement to keep federal loans to college students from doubling. (AP)
  • A new report finds that three D.C. schools cheated on their 2011 state tests. (Huffington Post)