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Remainders: Manhattan could get Swedish-style charter school

  • Advice for teachers aiming to build an online presence. (Innovative Educator)
  • Swedish school operators want to open a charter school in Manhattan. (Insideschools)
  • Chris Arp reports on a Bed-Stuy school aide being groomed as an R&B star. (Capital NY)
  • The state teachers union is holding off on endorsing a gubernatorial candidate. (NYSUT)
  • Unlike the Senate, the House hasn’t revealed exactly what’s in its ed spending bill. (Politics K-12)
  • A fourth-grader who happens to live at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue is a new style icon. (Jezebel)
  • Two students whose families immigrated illegally describe their college fears. (Jay Mathews)
  • Early childhood ed really wasn’t shut out of innovation grants, Arne Duncan insists. (Early Stories)
  • A breakdown of school staff firings in Chicago’s turnaround schools. (Chicago Public Radio)

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