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Remainders: New revelations about Bloomberg-Sharpton $ links

  • Education Equality Project filings show Mayor Bloomberg used it to donate to Al Sharpton. (Daily News)
  • That makes 32 entries on the Bloomberg-Sharpton political machination timeline. (Leonie Haimson)
  • After kindergarten at Brooklyn’s PS 29, a family moves on – to private school. (Insideschools)
  • A new book examines the history of public school activism in the Bronx’s District 9. (In These Times)
  • Mayor Bloomberg signed a bill requiring a recycling coordinator at every city school. (
  • Tonight’s Panel for Educational Policy meeting includes a look at this year’s budget. (Insideschools)
  • Historian Thomas Sugrue says the achievement gap last closed in the 1970s. (The Atlantic)
  • One problem with turning around high schools is there’s no model for success. (Answer Sheet)
  • Some say tenured college faculty are blocking the career paths of younger professors. (Times)
  • A breakdown of the fact and fiction behind the edujobs bill. (Flypaper)
  • One takeaway from the L.A. Times’ story: Teachers want to be told their value. (Quick and the Ed)
  • A call for more nuance in future coverage of value-added teacher evaluations. (Educated Reporter)
  • Journalism warning labels that GothamSchools doesn’t need. (Tom Scott)

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