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    New Oregon law recognizes students and parents are key in developing better assessments

    Oregon Gov. Kate Brown signs on to common-sense changes to state assessments that recognize students are more than a test score.

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    More than 7,000 education leaders set to gather in Florida, raise their voice

    In addition to setting NEA’s direction for the upcoming year, delegates engage in different legislative outreach activities while at the Representative Assembly.

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    State news roundup for June 28, 2015

    This week we feature pensions in PA, special education in MI, attacks on worker rights in WA and the IL budget battle.

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    2015 NEA Political Activist of the Year finalist: Cassandra Montague

    A New Jersey special education teacher is vying to be NEA’s top education activist of the year.

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    Will CT lawmakers defend tax plan that’s good for students or succumb to corporate bullying?

    Unaccustomed to paying income taxes, GE and several other corporations threaten to walk out on working families in Connecticut in response to progressive tax proposal.

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  1. New Oregon law recognizes students and parents are key in developing better assessments
  2. More than 7,000 education leaders set to gather in Florida, raise their voice
  3. State news roundup for June 28, 2015
  4. 2015 NEA Political Activist of the Year finalist: Cassandra Montague
  5. Will CT lawmakers defend tax plan that’s good for students or succumb to corporate bullying?

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