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I’m an Arizona Teacher. This Is Why I’m Walking Out Today

Commentary Teachers protest for higher pay and school funding at Tuscano Elementary School in Phoenix earlier this month. —Ross D. Franklin/AP Teachers statewide are on strike to demand respectable salaries By Donald R. Sheldon Teaching is not what someone does if they don’t have the skills for a high-powered career ...

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Home-schooling in the UK increases 40% over three years

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionOliver Wood, 15, is one of thousands of children being taught outside of a school The number of children being home-schooled has risen by about 40% over three years, the BBC has found. Across the UK 48,000 children were being home-educated in ...

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I’m an Arizona Teacher. This Is Why I’m Walking Out Today

Commentary Teachers protest for higher pay and school funding at Tuscano Elementary School in Phoenix earlier this month. —Ross D. Franklin/AP Teachers statewide are on strike to demand respectable salaries By Donald R. Sheldon Teaching is not what someone does if they don’t have the skills for a high-powered career ...

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Arizona Teachers Set to Strike Over School Funding and Pay

Teacher Jennifer Galluzzo casts her ballot outside Paseo Verde Elementary School last week in Peoria, Ariz. Teachers throughout the state voted to strike for higher salaries and education funding. —Matt York/AP April 25, 2018 | Corrected: April 25, 2018 Teachers across the state of Arizona will walk out on Thursday ...

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An Interview With DeVos’ New Special Ed. Chief

Johnny Collett, who heads up special education issues for the U.S. Department of Education, has deep experience in the field, including as director of special education for the state of Kentucky. —Susan Walsh/AP The selection of Johnny Collett, confimed in December to oversee special education for the U.S. Department of ...

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