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Remainders: City reverses policy on after-school spending

  • The city has backed away from a policy that charged schools for after-school activities. (InsideSchools)
  • SUNY approved Eva Moskowitz’s application for a charter school on the Upper West Side. (GS, NYT)
  • A teacher foresees a city-union compromise before the release of teachers’ ratings. (Accountable Talk)
  • A space fight in Clinton Hill is intensifying as one school plans to expand. (The Local)
  • Ruben Brosbe: any attempt to rate teachers without considering the “intangibles” of the job will fail. (GS)
  • Looking back at lessons from Chicago’s, and Duncan’s, first turnaround school. (EdWeek)
  • Baltimore and its teachers union are likely to announce a new contract soon. (EdWeek)
  • Leonie Haimson identifies seven myths about class size reduction. (Washington Post)
  • A majority of education professors in this survey think TFA is worthwhile. (Flypaper)

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