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Morning Roundup:

From The Atlantic: The Littlest Schoolhouse

Brainy but easily distracted, the author barely made it through high school and dropped out of college. Would a program like New York’s new School of One, which uses technology to tailor learning to each student’s style and pace, have made all the difference?

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From PBS' NewsHour: Graduates Face Tough, but Improving, Job Market

As 2010 college graduates begin to enter a tight, but improving, job market, the PBS NewsHour talked to university career services directors from around the country to see whether this year's graduates face brighter prospects than in years past.

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From The New York Times: Daring to Discuss Women in Science

A bill passed by the House recalls a hypothesis about differences in the sexes’ aptitude for math and science.

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