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Thursday Morning News (March 15)

By Alexander Russo — March 15, 2007 1 min read

Dozens in GOP Turn Against Bush’s Prized ‘No Child’ Act Wash Post
More than 50 GOP members of the House and Senate -- including the House’s second-ranking Republican -- will introduce legislation today that could severely undercut President Bush’s signature domestic achievement, the No Child Left Behind Act, by allowing states to opt out of its testing mandates.

Have Your Children Been to the Library? Wall Street Journal
Countless adults have fond memories of the day they received their first library card. But many children today have a far different relationship with their library -- if they go there at all.

National Network Aims to Recraft Ed.D. for Practitioners Ed Week
Responding to long-standing complaints about the relevance of Ed.D. degrees, nearly two dozen colleges and universities have joined a new network aimed at creating doctoral programs in education that are geared more for practitioners than for professional scholars.

Teacher loses $2 million witchcraft lawsuit CNN.com
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