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Remainders: Did you vote? Go vote! Polls close at 9

  • EdWeek will be posting schools-focused election updates all night. Follow them here.
  • If Dems lose a lot of seats tonight, how will that affect major education initiatives? (Eduflack)
  • Mike Petrilli says more Republicans will means less money and less federal reform. (Flypaper)
  • Races in CT and CO are among those worth watching for education reasons. (Politics K-12)
  • A voter discovered “wacky hand-lettering” in the public school where he voted today. (Twitter)
  • One mother’s charter school tour in “Waiting for Superman” was filmed after her son lost the lottery. (NYT)
  • A teacher says the city isn’t following the timeline it set in its new rubber room agreement. (Chaz)
  • A project meant to hold students’ attention ends with a third of them failing. (GothamSchools)
  • Suspensions are the go-to response, but they don’t seem to do students any good. (NYC Educator)
  • The idea of community schools has become popular, but in Baltimore they haven’t worked. (CityPaper)
  • A look at who might be on the union-side of D.C.’s next year in school reform. (EdWeek)