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Number of A.P. tests hits all-time high in LA Unified

August 13, 2014 – The number of tests administered in LAUSD has increased 62% since seven years ago, with a 29% increase in the number of African-American students taking exams, and an 89% for Latino students (Los Angeles Times). »

Top 8 #SupportTheCore teacher tweets

August 13, 2014 – On Tuesday, August 12, E4E teachers and teachers across the country used #SupportTheCore to share why they support the Common Core - check out their reasons (E4E blog). »

Friday deadline for California school district spending plans

August 13, 2014 – Districts will receive at least a 7 percent funding increase, but must submit plans to their counties showing how they'll use the new funds to benefit English Language Learners, foster youth and children living in poverty (89.3 KPCC, Pass/Fail). »

E4E Teachers Talk Back: Annie Gallagher

August 13, 2014 – Annie Gallagher is a fourth and fifth grade special education teacher in Brooklyn. In this conversation with Outreach Director Kate Mobley, she discuses her commitment to her special education students and how they’ve benefited from the Common Core. »

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