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Demand reliable, holistic teacher evaluations that prioritize development over elimination. High-stakes testing has led to apparent widespread cheating in Pennsylvania, Atlanta, and Washington, D.C. It's time for a Broader, Bolder Approach to Education!

Feed all students well so their teachers can teach. Nearly half of elementary and one third of middle school teachers report having to bring food to class for their students. We need a Broader, Bolder Approach to Education!

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10:1 That's Nobel economist James Heckman's estimated return to society from high-quality pre-k programs' help in boosting low-income children's cognitive, emotional, behavioral, and social readiness for school and life. View the full BBA infographic to learn more.

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