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Remainders: An education reporter joins the school board

  • A veteran education reporter is now on Baltimore’s school board. (Baltimore Sun via Russo)
  • An Astoria principal who served in the rubber room feels mistreated. (Western Queens Gazette)
  • Districts receiving school turnaround grants will have to involve parents. (EdWeek)
  • In the ed tech battle, the curmudgeons are winning — at least the media vote. (Learning First)
  • Arthur Levine, who grew up in the South Bronx, has a book about kids there now. (NPR)
  • Bill Gates got boo’d at the AFT convention, but also a lot of cheers. (YouTube)
  • Running for reelection, Maryland’s governor offers to cover the cost of AP tests. (EdWeek)
  • Creativity scores are declining as IQ scores increase. (Newsweek via Joanne Jacobs)