NPR Sneaks In Education Coverage Over Holiday Lull

It happens every year -- education stories without a strong news hook (or robust interest from harried editors) get slipped in during holiday lulls in the news cycle. The latest example are the four NPR stories aired late last week and over the weekend: Do Board-Certified Teachers Lift Test Scores?, An Inner City Debate Team's Rise to the Top, Troubled Schools Try New Lures for Better Teachers, and Aid Program Extends Liberal Arts to Poor. If only NPR covered education that thoroughly the rest of the year.


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