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Remainders: The first-ever alternative high school list unveiled

  • For the first time, the DOE is listing alternative high schools and programs in one place. (Insideschools)
  • City school officials want to hire a “community organizer” to “foster parent involvement.” (Simply Hired)
  • The USDOE is threatening that Maryland lawmakers might jeopardize RTTT funding. (WashPost)
  • The upcoming lame-duck session could determine the future of Race to the Top. (EdWeek)
  • Why many students are selecting expensive for-profit colleges over two-year public ones. (Hechinger)
  • Maybe public community colleges have something to learn from the for-profit realm. (Inside Higher Ed)
  • Visiting The Equity Project charter school, Rotherham finds their margins are “really tight.” (Eduwonk)
  • A Seattle principal tries to imagine an acceptable kind of teacher merit pay. (LeaderTalk)
  • Perhaps poor reading scores result from the mistaken idea that reading is a skill. (Jay Greene)
  • An excerpt from the teacher union newsletter at embattled Jamaica High School. (ICE-UFT)
  • Miss Mimi reviews the dizzying curriculum changes her school has made. (Flowers and Sausages)