Education: Morning Roundup

Morning Roundup:

From USA Today: Bill Clinton focuses efforts on Haiti's higher education
Reopening earthquake-damaged universities and helping students resume studies are a priority.

From the Los Angeles Times: Teachers strike in Capistrano school district

Hundreds of teachers walk picket lines in a labor dispute. Few incidents were reported; about 39% of students attended class.

From The New York Times: Museums Take Their Lessons to the Schools

To make up for a decline in visits, many museums are going to the classroom, through traveling programs, videoconferencing or computer-based lessons.

From The New York Times: State Teachers’ Union Urges More Oversight of Charters

At a State Senate hearing, the union suggested wrongdoing by some charters, but the schools said controls were robust.

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