Teacher Performance Data Stirs Evaluation Debate

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Emily and Barbara, played by Kelley Menighan Hensley and Colleen Zenk, spend some of their last broadcast time together on As the World Turns. CBS.com hide caption

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'As The World' Stops Turning, Are Soaps Dead?

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'Covering Katrina' Probes Reporters' Ethical Dilemmas

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Antoine Dodson: Riding YouTube Out Of The 'Hood'

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'Turducken,' 'Vuvuzela,' And More New Dictionary Words

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Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. Gives Big To GOP

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AOL Aims High With Hyperlocal Journalism Project

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News Website Texas Tribune Thrives, But How?

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'Esquire' Explores Gingrich's Personal, Political Life

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Bloggers And Cable Pundits: The New Newsmakers

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New Website Determined To Attract Viewers

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'Morning Edition' Says Goodbye To A Staff Member

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