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Paul Pastorek: It Takes a Mighty Effort to Reform

Rick Hess interviews Paul Pastorek, Lousiana's state schools chief after Lousiana comes up short in the second round of RttT.

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iNACOL Encourages Focus on High Quality in RttT

The International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL) released a statement congratulating the ten winners in Phase 2 of Race to the Top and its President Susan Patrick encouraged the states to focus on offering access to high standards of education for all students.

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Intel CEO: 'Next Big Thing' Won't Come from US

If we know America faces a shortfall in its ability to research, develop and bring to market tech solutions, why aren't we teaching our kids new tech skills with the very best teachers and with the newest innovations?

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CO & LA Surprise Losers

CO & LA surprise losers; OH & NY surprise winners in RttT.

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New York Wins Race to the Top Funds

New York comes in with a win in Race to the Top.

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The Black Boy Crisis

Where's the outrage? Bob Herbert rings the bell on the black boy crisis in America. Good new schools are best antidote we've found.

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WKSKABATD

CommonCore.org released a sample curriculum. It was classic prep school, but not reflective of the 'fewer, clearer, higher' expectations we should have for all students. Their 'all kids should know all things' attack on P21 postpones the choices we should be forcing as we prepare to develop next gen assessments.

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