Today's Reading List
November 17th, 2011
11:39 AM ET

Today's Reading List

Here's what the Schools of Thought Editors are reading today:

Washington Post: With Hispanic students on the rise, Hispanic teachers in short supply
The ratio of Hispanic teachers to Hispanic students is lower than any other racial or ethnic minority group. Researchers find that closing the gap could help students of America's largest minority group.

Education Week: Youth-Concussion-Law Watch: Pa. Makes 35
Pennsylvania's new law mandates concussion training for coaches and sets guidelines for head injuries that occur during competition.

Washington Record Herald: 2nd MT abuse victim comes forward
Audio taped recordings catch two Ohio educators allegedly verbally abusing a 14-year-old special needs student. A second child now says he was also bullied by the teacher and the teacher's aide.

New York Daily News: Yale football player Patrick Witt puts team ahead of self, will skip Rhodes Scholarship interview for 'The Game' vs Harvard
Yale quarterback could lose his shot at the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship when he faces off his team's historic rival.

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