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Morning Roundup:

From the Los Angeles Times: U.S. schools chief endorses release of teacher data


Secretary of Education Arne Duncan says parents have a right to know how effective teachers are at raising student test scores. "What is there to hide?" he says.

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From This Week In Education: Cortines Responds to Teacher Evaluation Article

"We reject the implication that test scores alone form the basis for designating a teacher as ineffective," said Ray Cortines, LAUSD superintendent.

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From the Los Angeles Times: Teachers, by the numbers

A team of Times reporters is giving the public its first glimpse of some surprising findings on teachers and their performance in the Los Angeles Unified School District.

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From the Associated Press: Gen. McChrystal to teach leadership at Yale

Yale University says it has hired retired Gen. Stanley McChrystal to teach a graduate level seminar on leadership on its New Haven, Conn., campus.

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