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Remainders: Community board rejects charter expansion plan

  • A right-wing think tank’s list of best and worst education events of 2010. (Hoover Institution, via Edwize)
  • Education Secretary Arne Duncan joined President Obama as the victim of a hoops accident. (Russo)
  • Brooklyn’s IS 318 won the national chess championship — again. (The Gambit)
  • Charter-friendly Senator Craig Johnson formally conceded his seat in a contested race. (State of Politics)
  • A community board voted down a key piece of the Harlem Children’s Zone’s expansion plan. (DNAInfo)
  • The city’s best high school wrestler is Lehman’s Jorge Jimenez, and he’s staying local. (City Room)
  • Inspired by Michelle Rhee, a tongue-in-cheek guide to starting a grassroots ed group. (Seattle Ed 2010)
  • Arthur Goldstein: If Cathie Black wants to build bridges, she’ll start by killing bedbugs. (GS Community)
  • A Brooklyn kindergartner and his dad share the coolest lunchtime ritual ever. (WanderMonster)
  • Brooklyn Prospect Charter School has secured a permanent location starting in 2012. (Brownstoner)