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As gubernatorial campaigns heat up around the country, K-12 policy feeds into the fight, though specifics vary state to state.
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Teacher pay should reflect a multidimensional evaluation system, write Gerald Tirozzi, Marian Hermie, and Wayne Schmidt.
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Two new federal reports present a complex picture of the arts' presence in schools and the benefits derived from students' exposure.
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Business Group Urges Big Changes to Texas Math Standards
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Our students need training in the arts and access to well-funded and properly staffed libraries. Tax caps choke school districts, making it nearly impossible to provide such opportunities to our students.
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