The Week That Was: GOOD Education

The Week That Was.

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The teacher evaluation debate picked up steam.

Starting at the age of four, girls think they're smarter than boys.

Students in a class at the University of Notre Dame switched to iPads.

Josh Barkey, an art teacher in North Carolina, argued that his students adopt the expansion of no-shave November.

Shamus Khan, a professor of sociology at Columbia University, tackled Texas's 10-percent rule for college admission.

Finally, Nikhil Swaminathan asked whether we should pay kids to go to school and whether value-added teacher data is flawed.

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