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Fired Professor Brings Lawsuit Against LSU
Where do the rights of a professor end and the rights of a student begin? Are educators supposed to teach for real world situations or are they highly educated baby sitters? A fired LSU professor is taking the issue to court.
Black Students in Louisiana Struggle
According to a study conducted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, black students in Louisiana are struggling to keep up with their peers on key education tests. According to the study, Louisiana has one of the highest percentages of black students and some of the lowest tests scores, second to only Mi…
Louisiana Is Dumbest State in the Country
Apparently, all of us in Louisiana are just a bunch of idiots. In fact, we "tweet" with the intelligence of a 4th grader.
In another one of their off-the-wall surveys, the real estate company Movoto, has declared that the number of illiterate posts on Twitter from Louisiana resident…
Teacher Evaluation Plan Could Be Changing
Teachers aren't happy about the way our state evaluates them. Top educators are now looking at making some changes to that process. BESE will look at a plan that would make it easier for new teachers to have job security.

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