Beth Milne is a past member of the 50CAN team. 

Here are news and opinion stories educators, advocates, policy wonks and makers are talking about today:
News and Analysis 
A survey finds that K-12 teachers feel that family stress and poverty are the top two hurdles students face in getting an education in America today. Psychological problems come in third as a barrier for education. (Breitbart)
In final, unofficial election returns Tuesday night, two challengers defeated incumbents to win seats on the Los Angeles Board of Education. (LA Times) 
Montgomery County’s former schools superintendent has taken a job as chief executive officer for an Arlington-based professional association for educators. (Washington Post)
It’s the middle of spring testing season, and a bevy of accountants, technology geeks, lawyers, unemployed corporate executives—and oh, yes, teachers—are scoring the PARCC exam. (Education Week)
An irritated Gov. Mark Dayton lashed out at Republican lawmakers on Tuesday, saying he would veto a bill that funds education without providing money for his top priority of universal pre-kindergarten. (Minnesota Public Radio News)


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