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Reform Matters: July 15th, 2015
posted by: Alix | July 16, 2015, 09:39 PM   
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Volume 3, Issue 22: July 15, 2015



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The Latest from The Hill: No Child Left Behind

Congress is busy debating new federal education policy legislation. Stay in the know with these must-read articles:

Senate Votes to End Debate on ESEA Rewrite; Final Vote Expected Thursday, Ed Week, 7/15/15

Opinion: Replace 'No Child' with 'Success', The Detroit News, 7/13/15

Opinion: A-PLUS, A Boon to Students and Parents, National Review, 7/13/15

No Child Left Behind Passes in House, Associated Press, 7/8/15

What do you think about the NCLB overhaul? Email AAE!

Education Technology & Blended Learning 

Is Technology the Saving Grace of Education After All?, Huffington Post, 7/7/15

Open Educational Resources: What K-12 Officials Need to Know, Ed Week, 6/19/15




Charter Schools, Choice, & Reform Advocacy
Politics as usual? Teachers Union Irks Rank and File With Clinton Endorsement, Watchdog, 7/14/15
For the record, AAE does not endorse candidates or engage in partisan politics.

Opinion: Worker's Choice: A Way to Make Sure We Don't Undo Right-To-Work, Forbes, 7/14/15

Video: Eva Moskowitz: We Have a National Education Crisis, Bloomberg, 7/9/15
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