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Morning Roundup:

From The Washington Post: D.C. public school teachers begin orientation ahead of start of academic year

Day One for the District's 400 or so newest public school teachers began in a not-quite-air-conditioned auditorium Wednesday with a welcoming gift from Chancellor Michelle A. Rhee: her pity.

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From the Associated Press: Retired? Head back to school with college discounts

From continuing education and enrichment classes to graduate school, many of America's retirees are pursuing their interests at the college level.

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From The New York Times: Many Chicago Charter Schools Run Deficits, Data Shows

Half of Chicago’s charter schools have been running financial deficits in recent years, an independent study shows.

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