Morning Roundup: From The Washington Post: Supportive leadership helps retain top teachers A national survey of more than...
From The Washington Post: Supportive leadership helps retain top teachers
A national survey of more than 40,000 public school teachers suggests that while higher salaries are far more likely than performance pay to help keep top talent in the classroom, supportive leadership trumps financial incentives.
From The New York Times: Graduates Fault Advice of Guidance Counselors
Most young adults who go on to college found guidance counselors' tips about career and college inadequate and impersonal, a study finds.
From The Wall Street Journal: Few States to Qualify for Grants
The Obama administration will inform most states on Thursday that they didn't make the grade to receive billions of dollars in education funding. Mr. Duncan has won bipartisan support for Race to the Top, but that could change as lawmakers and governors realize only a small minority of states may emerge as winners.
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