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Colombia: Peace at Last? (AUDIO)
Vice President of Communications at World Learning
Peace negotiations began this week between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (known as FARC), a guerrilla group that has waged a half-century long offensive against the government.
The Debate on NCLB's Failure Is All Over but for the Shouting
Award-winning historian and inner-city teacher
Education bureaucrats who worked with pieces of paper can claim innocence due to their lack of knowledge of poor schools, but a decade ago educators predicted precisely how and why NCLB would backfire.
Five Thoughts About No Child Left Behind on Its 10th Anniversary
Michael J. Petrilli
Executive Vice President, Thomas B. Fordham Institute
Happy birthday, No Child Left Behind. Here's hoping that you don't make it to eleven.
Shuttering Education Department Tougher Than Rick Perry Thinks
Latino Graduation Lags, Some Schools May Be At Fault
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