The Wall Street Journal (Unions,
States Clash in Race to Top) reports that infighting between teachers unions and state officials has spread in states like Indiana, Ohio, and Colorado that are hoping to win RTTT funding. Indiana has actually withdrawn its RTTT application, and the teachers union in CO has recanted its support for the state plan. Could anything like that happen here? Or is union-state cooperation not required for a RTTT win? Or -- this might be the real point -- does RTTT not really matter when the budgets look so bad?
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