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What We're Reading
- 1/04/2015 "Student Tuition Now Officially Pays More Than States For Public College Funding" – Huffington Post
- 1/12/2015 "Don't tinker with Md.'s charter school law" – Baltimore Sun
- 1/21/2015 "Let's Make 2015 the Year of the Whole Child" – Huffington Post
- 1/28/2015 "U.S. Education: Still Separate and Unequal" – US News and World Report
- 12/15/2014 "A teacher’s open letter to Congress: What kids need two years after Sandy Hook" – Washington Post