Education: Morning Roundup
Morning Roundup: From The Washington Post: Lawmakers to launch bipartisan effort to rewrite No Child Left Behind Following...
From The Washington Post: Lawmakers to launch bipartisan effort to rewrite No Child Left Behind
Following Obama's lead, both parties begin tackling education law.
From The New York Times: Plan Pushed on Lending to Students
The Obama administration sought to bolster support for its plan to overhaul student loans, accusing banks that oppose it of enjoying "a free ride from taxpayers for too long."
From the Boston Globe: Professors say tenure fights create high-stress situations
As the Amy Bishop investigation continues, local professors say that the sensational twists and turns in the case should not obscure the role that the intense competition for tenure seems to have played in last week's shooting at the University of Alabama campus in Huntsville.
From the Los Angeles Times: UC San Diego condemns student party mocking Black History Month
Officials are probing the off-campus 'Compton Cookout' and its Facebook invitation to see if they violated the university's code of conduct and whether sponsors should be disciplined.
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