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Elaine J. Power, a biology and biotechnology teacher at James Hubert Blake High School in Silver Spring, Md., took strong issue with a post by Penelope Trunk that said schools should loosen up about cheating and encourage students to network to find answers. You can read the original post here, and following is Power’s response: […]

"Romney came THIS close to saying he had binders full of teachers he loved" -- and other great tweets from the debate.

President Obama and Mitt Romney didn't say much about school reform in either of their recent debates, but two of their advisors did in a conversation about education at Teachers College at Columbia University. Here's the video.