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Remainders: Harlem middle-schooler drowns on field trip

  • A 12-year-old Harlem student drowned on a school field trip to the beach today. (City Room)
  • Gov. Paterson said that he expects a state budget passed by next Monday. (Daily Politics)
  • The Regents cut the state test program between $4 and $10 million, depending on the budget. (NYSED)
  • Bloomberg, Mulgrew, Logan and Weingarten will lobby Congress tomorrow for the edujobs bill. (no link)
  • Here’s a map of the 111 schools the city has closed since 2002. (GothamSchools)
  • A teacher nominates the worst question on this month’s math Regents exams. (JD2718)
  • Singer Mary J. Blige will speak at a small all-girls Bronx school graduating its first class. (City Room)
  • Poor nutrition could be the link between tooth decay and childhood obesity, researchers say. (NPR)
  • School meals lead to better grades but not better health, a new study says. (Inside School Research)
  • A study of the D.C. vouchers program found mixed results. (Quick and the Ed)
  • A principal wonders why the national reform agenda includes many unproven strategies. (Answer Sheet)
  • A group of church leaders is also calling Obama’s reform movement into question. (Dewey 21C)

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