Here are news and opinion stories educators, advocates, policy wonks and makers are talking about today:
News and Analysis
The concept underpinning teacher due process is simple: Teachers should have the right to hear and contest charges against them before they lose their jobs. (Education Week)
Why progressives should defend ‘Vergara v. California’ ruling. (USA Today)
It all begins with policies on tenure, layoffs, dismissals. (Hechinger Report)
We’ve known for a long time that inequality and systemic educational barriers are holding back many young African-Americans. President Obama has led an initiative to help close the opportunity gap for young black men. But what about the girls? (NPR)
New Jersey
Civil rights activist Howard Fuller argued Wednesday evening that parents need to take a more active role in fighting for better schools in minority communities. (Star Ledger)


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