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Remainders: Sen. Gillibrand lands lead mayoral control booster

  • A technology-in-schools booster says the School of One is creating “a more complex teaching organism.”
  • A former DOE official is trying to convince teachers in Rochester to accept pay cuts.
  • Aaron Pallas adds nuance to the impulse to compare state education spending to school quality.
  • The former director of Learn NY, the pro-mayoral control group, now working for Sen. Kristen Gillibrand.
  • Teachers have to keep their colleagues, because no one else is helping with retention, JD2718 says.
  • PS 20, where the principal allegedly beat a teacher, is getting a new leader, from Boerum Hill’s PS 261.
  • What role will the teachers unions play in Washington’s brewing health care battle?
  • Eduflack has 10 questions about Race to the Top, starting with just how many states will win.
  • Candidates for public advocate gave mixed reviews to mayoral control in a debate yesterday.
  • At a rally against the school governance deal, Assemblywoman Inez Barron quoted John Dewey.
  • A new report outlines the many ways that states calculate their graduation rates.
  • A veteran teacher advises newbies about how to manage contacts with students’ parents.
  • A Channel 13 VP: Public television can help American kids catch up in math, science, and technology.
  • Now why would Congressman George Miller praise a federal program that could deny his state funding?
  • Herman Badillo, who advised Rudy Giuliani on education, is again backing Mike Bloomberg for mayor.

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