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What Teachers Read in March

Here are the top 10 stories teachers read this month, based on clicks from one of our most popular newsletters, The Teachers Edition.

Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post 

Strauss: Well-connected applicants, legacies still hold advantage in college admissions, survey finds

Do well-connected applicants and legacies have a real college admissions advantage?That’s the question that Kaplan Test Prep sought to find out with a new survey of admissions officers from more than 400 top colleges and universities around the country. The results: in many cases, yes, with 25 percent saying they have “felt pressured to accept an applicant who didn’t meet” the school’s admissions

The Guardian (U.K.) 

Easter could give pupils 'window of opportunity' to flee UK to join Isis

Former senior prosecutor warns that headteachers are not telling police of their concerns about pupils because they do not want them to face criminal chargesHeadteachers cannot be expected to perform the duties of police officers or security services, union leaders have warned, amid concerns that the Easter holidays will be a “window of opportunity” for pupils to flee the UK to join extremist

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