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Less than 100 Tea Party-affiliated protesters gathered in Lafayette Square on Tuesday to call for Obama’s impeachment, just steps from the White House where President Obama was meeting with members of the Senate Foreign …
Though teacher evaluation is on the rise, teachers reps say there is still a need for more resources on how to improve instruction
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