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Remainders: In gov. debate, Cuomo gives a few edu details

  • Andrew Cuomo backed Obama’s education policies during last night’s debate. (State of Politics)
  • A court ruled today that charter schools don’t have to match union wages for contractors. (Chalkboard)
  • Pushback against Eva Moskowitz’s proposed UWS charter school begins. (Ed Notes Online)
  • Without a dean to oversee unruly students, a new teacher struggles to keep order. (GS Community)
  • NBC profiles Citizen Schools in Boston, which extends the school day with volunteers. (MSNBC)
  • Brooklyn’s P.S. 216 students planed apple trees and kale in their Edible Schoolyard. (NY Times)
  • Georgia’s largest school district won the $1 million Broad Prize today. (Washington Post)
  • In an election year, most state education ballot initiatives are funding-focused. (Edweek)
  • Excessed teachers say the city is scheduling “mandatory interviews” for them. (Chaz)
  • Suffering from budget cuts, some schools are putting paid advertisements on lockers. (Star Tribune)
  • And in a few years the city schools will be full of Jaydens and Isabellas. (WSJ)

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