During a trip to Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria, Politics K-12's Andrew Ujifusa caught up with the secretary of education, talked with José Andrés about how he plans to use schools to help feed Puerto Ricans, and saw how two schools are providing aid to those in need.
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May 26, 2015
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Happy Friday! Check out these good reads: The always-vigilant Eduflack reports on the time-line for reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, aka No Child Left Behind. Apparently, it's coming sooner than you think. Edweek's own Steve Sawchuk of Teacher Beat fame reports on t...
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