Answer Sheet: Booing students at Betsy DeVos’s commencement speech told to shut up or get diplomas sent in mail

Second largest school district in U.S. moves to protect undocumented immigrants from federal agents; Thousands sign petitions to disinvite Betsy DeVos from speaking at historically black college; Can coaching truly boost SAT scores? For years, the College Board said no. Now it says yes.; There are better ways than suspension to discipline kids. Here are two schools doing just that.; Teachers often aren’t treated as professionals — but they are at these two schools; We are teaching kids how to write all wrong — and no, Mr. Miyagi’s rote lessons won’t help a bit; A disturbing truth about medical school — and America’s future doctors;
 
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Booing students at Betsy DeVos’s commencement speech told to shut up or get diplomas sent in mail
She gave the graduation speech despite being booed.
Second largest school district in U.S. moves to protect undocumented immigrants from federal agents
The Los Angeles Unified School Board unanimously passed a resolution barring employees from cooperating with federal immigration agents.
 
Thousands sign petitions to disinvite Betsy DeVos from speaking at historically black college
The commencement speech is scheduled for Wednesday. She was invited to speak by the president of Bethune-Cookman University in Florida.
 
Can coaching truly boost SAT scores? For years, the College Board said no. Now it says yes.
But there is a caveat of sorts.
 
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There are better ways than suspension to discipline kids. Here are two schools doing just that.
The approach is meant to teach, not to penalize.
 
Teachers often aren’t treated as professionals — but they are at these two schools
The development of teachers matters at these schools.
 
We are teaching kids how to write all wrong — and no, Mr. Miyagi’s rote lessons won’t help a bit
‘We can either train students to pass assessments that make teachers and bureaucrats happy, or we can help them learn how to think and write in ways that will allow them to operate effectively in the world. We can’t do both.’
 
A disturbing truth about medical school — and America’s future doctors
How a high-stakes test affects medical education and students studying to be doctors.
 
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