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Charter School Lid Removed in Illinois
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Strike Ends in Wash. District
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Louisiana District Facing Lawsuit Challenging Single-Gender Classes
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No Child Left Behind Act
Randomized Trials: A Way To Stop 'Spinning Wheels'
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Mo. School Funding Upheld
Ohio Court Backs Charter
Researchers to Probe Teaching
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From Fear Factor to Peer Factor
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'Two Million Minutes' Film Profiles Charter School
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Middle School Leader in Georgia Wins National Honors
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High Court's K-12 Docket Starts to Jell
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Dell Foundation Donation to Help Create Data System in Texas
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Early Education Returns to Policy Spotlight
Obama the 'Socialist'
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Make Teacher Incentives Part of Improvement Plan
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Arkansas Attorney General Pushing To End State Desegregation Funding
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