Weekend Education Reads: 14 Important Stories on Schools, Students, and Policy You May Have Missed This Week
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Here are a few other interesting articles we’ve been reading this week, that you might have missed amid all the headlines:
USA Today’s Pulitzer Finalist: Broken Discipline Tracking Systems Let Teachers Flee Troubled Pasts
Nashville Public Radio: Should High School Students Need a Foreign Language to Graduate?
The New York Times: New York’s Free-Tuition Program Will Help Traditional, but Not Typical, Students
Mr Rad’s Neighborhood: Last In, First Out
Center for American Progress: Hidden Money: The Outsized Role of Parent Contributions in School Finance
12 News Arizona: Democrat David Garcia to Announce Run for Arizona Governor
WHYY and NewsWorks.com: Changing Climate and Flattening Earth: Teaching Science in a ‘Fake News’ World
The Baltimore Sun: NTSB Finds ‘Deficiencies’ in Vetting of Baltimore School Bus Drivers
The Hechinger Report: Idaho Gives Education Money Directly to Teenagers to Manage Themselves
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