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Remainders: D.C. could be next to release value-added scores

  • D.C.’s Michelle Rhee says she’d consider releasing value-added teacher data. (D.C. Schools Insider)
  • Rick Hess on why the L.A. Times’ value-added analysis wasn’t ready for primetime. (EdWeek)
  • Video from last night’s aborted Panel for Education Policy meeting. (Norm Scott)
  • Patrick Sullivan says the PEP’s chair, not the DOE, halted the meeting. (NYC Public School Parents)
  • Ruben Brosbe was satisfied to learn that his students didn’t do so well their state tests. (GothamSchools)
  • A crossing guard from PS 282 rescued Park Slope’s mysterious “ghost stroller.” (City Room)
  • Where does Kristin Davis, call girl turned gubernatorial candidate, stand on education? (Daily News)
  • AFT President Randi Weingarten is sparring with D.C.’s union president. (D.C. School Insider)
  • Newark leads the nation in graduating black males. (Jay Mathews)
  • The winner in Pennsylvania’s teacher-with-a-stripper-on-Facebook saga is the ACLU. (AP)
  • Canadian teachers want a two-year standardized testing moratorium. (Ottawa Citizen)
  • A mom explains why she’s turning in her cattle prod and starting to homeschool. (Motherlode)

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