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AM News: The Never-Ending Atlanta Cheating Scandal

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Ex-APS official: Hall ordered destruction of documents tied to cheating AJC:  The accusations appear in a letter to the superintendent from a lawyer representing Colinda Howard, who headed the district’s internal investigations office.

What Will the Detroit Reorganization Mean for Teachers? TeacherBeat:  Reaction from the Detroit Federation of Teachers and other state unions has been lukewarm at best...  

Detroit Education Reform: Few Details Emerge On Michigan College Promise HuffED:  Synder said the scholarship fund would be modeled after a similar program for residents of Kalamazoo, Mich... 

College entrance exam ATC's validity questionedA new study finds that parts of the test have "little or no" ability to help colleges predict whether applicants will succeed... 

America's Best High Schools Newsweek:  Eeach school’s score is comprised of six components: graduation rate (25%), college matriculation rate (25%), AP tests taken per graduate (25%), average SAT/ACT scores (10%), average AP/IB/AICE scores (10%), and AP courses offered (5%).

Education envoy keeps the peace Politico: Union leaders also say that despite Anderson’s influence, Duncan sometimes pursues a path at odds with his adviser’s counsel.

 Teacher Sues 'Three Cups Of Tea' Author Accused Of Fraud AP: Two Montana lawmakers have filed a similar claim there claiming they were duped into buying Mortenson's best-selling book and donating to his charity based on lies they thought were true...

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