by Eugene Robinson onApril 4, 2013
Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson says that creating a situation in which teachers are more likely than children to cheat cannot be the right path to improving American education.
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This week on the Confab: Join Associate Editor Lauren Williams as she chats with Washington Reporter Cynthia Gordy, editorial intern Dara Sharif and contributor Saba Bireda about Atlanta's school cheating scandal, No Child Left Behind's endangered provision and Oprah Winfrey's hairstylist's limited views on "kinky" hair.
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