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L.A. school board agrees to pay $150,000 of educator’s attorney fees.
In Pasadena, middle school students work at least four years above their grade level.
Two families, decades apart, sent their children to a Chinese kindergarten — an education for the parents.
The Texas group has become the first to insist teachers prove they can handle big exams.
Data gatherers usually go unnoticed, except for Joe Hawkins.
Two teachers fought cheating on credit recovery tests, to little avail.
Studies show official and unofficial evaluations vary wildly.
Jaime Escalante had little English but big dreams, and he would have probably voted for Trump.
Could the much-derided urban district be doing something right?
Many private colleges accept community college transfers, but the bad news outweighs the good.