EdWeek Update: House Votes to Cut Ed. Programs, From STEM to Literacy
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Comment of the Day Though it was a wonderful feeling to know that I stood [in Madison, Wis.,] chanting in solidarity with my brothers and sisters, I couldn't help but wonder if anyone was listening.
Weekly Forum Discussion A Pennsylvania teacher made headlines recently when she was suspended for bashing students on her personal blog. Do you think teachers should be allowed to blog about school? What ground rules would you suggest for teachers who do blog?
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