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The Lives Of Teachers, For Better And Worse

High190A High School Finds Itself Left Behind and Drowning NYT
Bureaucrats can make all the rules and set all the benchmarks they want, but none of it will change anything if no one can be found to do the hands-on work of teaching. As seen in this film, it’s not just a thankless job; it looks disconcertingly as if it might be an impossible one. [HBO doc premieres tonight.]

The Private Lives of Teachers NPR
What do teachers do on their summer vacations? That question got students at Chicago's Curie High School curious. [audio]

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