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On the Wire… Week of January 23

On the Wire… It’s Friday, which means another roundup of some interesting city-ed stories from the week. Newark Looks Ahead to Return of Local Control (NJ.com) After the state of New Jersey took control of the school system under the Quality Single Accountability...
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Coffee Break: Chicago Principal Sonia Wang on How Community Context Makes a Difference in the Classroom

By Katelyn Silva Sonia Wang is an educator on the South Side of Chicago who began as a literacy and writing teacher at a district elementary school. She is now a new principal at the University of Chicago Charter School...
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On the Wire…

Happy Friday of a very DC-focused week (even more so than normal, that is). Here is a quick wrap-up of a few stories on other stuff going on across the country that you might be interested in (and one on...
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This Fifth-Grade Teacher Has Some Questions for Betsy DeVos

By Caroline Corcoran Despite my middling efforts, I was not invited to question Betsy DeVos ahead of her confirmation hearing as secretary of education—it certainly would have been nice to be invited. Alas, the hearing was on a school day, so...
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