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In this week's education news roundup: Teachers at poor schools are paid less than their counterparts.
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A former teacher discusses the dysfunction at an underperforming school.
Increased use of classroom technology takes the weight out of backpacks, but puts it on the eyes.
Secretary of Education Arne Duncan says the U.S. needs to copy the best practices of other countries.
Choice--not pay--is the key to improving education.
With time constraints and tight budgets, schools rely on resident techies to train teachers.
Facing budget cuts, many districts have tried cutting costs by reducing the school week to four days.
A new report argues that educators make more than similarly qualified private-sector employees.