Wednesday's ed news
What does a teacher have to do to get kicked out of Los Angeles schools?
A new Minnesota law lets childcare workers unionize.
The head of the nation's second largest teachers union gets into a spat with several state superintendents over Common Core.
The most recent figures for K-12 spending per pupil have arrived. It's barely gone down nationwide.
A study finds giving students computers at home has no effect on their academic achievement.
The largest education company in the world put reading passages from its new Common Core-aligned curriculum into sixth- and eighth-grade tests it administered in New York, prompting concerns that schools who used Pearson materials gained a testing advantage over those that did not.
This is the first year of New York’s new Common Core-aligned statewide tests, and year two of education company Pearson’s five year, $32 million contract to provide grade 3-8 assessments in English language arts and...
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