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Remainders: In the salary wars, Joel Klein beats David Paterson

  • Chancellor Joel Klein is making a lot more money than Governor David Paterson. (Politics K-12)
  • The DOE’s charter school office chief Michael Duffy is leaving to join Victory Schools. (WSJ)
  • The city wants the Panel for Educational Policy to give up some of its limited power. (City Room, GS)
  • How did the Columbus Secondary School principal get tenure if principal tenure doesn’t exist? (Chaz)
  • Rotherham thinks the Times’ NCLB-forced-out-a-good-principal story is simplistic. (Eduwonk)
  • Valerie Grey is the State Education Department’s new COO. (NYSED)
  • Doug Lemov describes great teachers as great problem-solvers. (Flypaper, Education Next)
  • Head Start programs could be in for a rude awakening, funding-wise. (Early Ed Watch)
  • NBC’s Education Nation convention is public-service meets marketing. (Sacramento Bee)
  • A Berkeley playwright is making a school board the setting for a culture war. (Times)
  • Charter schools may be hurting middle-class kids’ scores because they don’t focus on tests. (Flypaper)