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National companies cash in with charters where the kids learn at home Las Vegas Sun
Gathered by the pool at a Las Vegas community center, the parents and students swapped horror stories. Via EdNews.

Rethinking e-monitoring after progress report LA Times
A looming C on a midsemester assessment makes one mother take another look at computerized school programs that allow parents to track what's going on in the classroom. PLUS: Computer Glitch Affects L.A. Teacher Pay NPR.

Girls Are Often Neglected Victims of Concussions NYT
Girls playing high school sports are more susceptible to concussions than boys in the same sports, studies show.

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