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- SAT reading scores have hit their lowest point in 40 years. [Washington Post]
- Google’s stock price hit an all-time high yesterday of $750. [CNN Money]
- The Federal Reserve’s latest round of quantitative easing could reach $2 trillion. [CNN Money]
- A top U.S. regulator yesterday called for faster reform of LIBOR, the interest rate at the center of a rigging scandal. [Financial Times]
- More Democrats at the state and local level are embracing school vouchers. [Education Week]
- 47 House Republicans signed a letter to Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) urging him to eliminate a tax credit for the production of wind power. [Reuters]
- Germany is looking at ways to delay other European nations from requesting additional bailout funds. [Wall Street Journal]