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    NH Supreme Court decision says educators’ retirement benefits can be changed at will

    Court ruling strikes critical blow to retirement security of educators, other public employees serving community

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    Washington educator testifies on ESEA reauthorization

    “I want to advocate for my students because they care so much about learning, and they have really big dreams. They want to do things like be president or be doctors, and it’s really important that they be given the resources they need to be successful.”

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    WI Gov. Scott Walker among 2016 GOP hopefuls plugging into Koch network

    Gov. Walker aimed to woo powerful, radical conservative funders with his anti-public education, anti-worker record.

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    Education support professionals help guide students out of the juvenile justice system

    “My unofficial duty is to keep students from dropping out so they get educated, graduate, and move on to live productive lives,” says Florida education support professional Marian O’Neal.

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    The 5 questions you need to ask about charter schools

    Education advocates use School Choice Week to shine spotlight on gaps in charter school oversight and accountability.

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  1. NH Supreme Court decision says educators’ retirement benefits can be changed at will
  2. Washington educator testifies on ESEA reauthorization
  3. WI Gov. Scott Walker among 2016 GOP hopefuls plugging into Koch network
  4. Education support professionals help guide students out of the juvenile justice system
  5. The 5 questions you need to ask about charter schools

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