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Morning Read: Most CA schools free of computer testing problems

Craig Clough | December 16, 2014

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Most schools solve web issues for computer testing
Of the state’s more than 11,000 public schools, fewer than 21 of them will be taking the Common Core assessments this spring on pencil and paper. SI&A Cabinet Report

State likely to support existing lunch standards
California’s enthusiasm for healthy school lunches appears unlikely to change under a Congressional budget bill headed to President Obama for signature. Ed Source

Commentary: Teachers need to be honest about their unions
Many individual teachers are wonderful, inspiring people who deserve admiration and respect. But that simply doesn’t extend to the CTA and CFT. U-T San Diego

Getting kids online at home is key to closing the digital divide 
The FCC voted Thursday to increase funding for the federal e-rate program, which provides money for school districts to access the Internet. The Hechinger Report

The top Education Next articles of 2014
Each year we provide readers with a list of the most popular articles we published that year. Education Next

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