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Remainders: Weingarten assumes control of D.C. teachers union

  • After refusing to hold an election, D.C.’s teachers union president has lost control. (Washington Post)
  • Congress will investigate companies chasing school turnaround money. (Politics K-12)
  • Frech preschools could be an inspiration for New York City school reform. (Psychology Today)
  • Serial school reformer Paul Vallas is on the job in Haiti. (Times)
  • New York State has many different models for Jewish day school success. (Jewish Week)
  • The easiest test high schoolers have to pass are the state Regents exams. (Times Union)
  • An arts advocate says the DOE isn’t interested in a productive relationship with advocates. (Dewey21C)
  • Jay Mathews says colleague Dana Milbank is wrong on Obama and education. (Class Struggle)
  • Liam Julian says Rick Hess is wrong to criticize the L.A. Times value-added expose. (Flypaper)
  • Summer vacation for teachers means there’s finally time for a doctor’s visit. (Pissed Off Teacher)
  • The hunt for school supplies and back-to-school teaching tips has begun. (Miss Eyre)
  • Cincinnati announces it’s seeing improvement from its lowest performing schools. (Catalyst)
  • Washington State pays math and science teachers less, on average. (Edweek)
  • A PA school district won’t face criminal charges for using spy software on students. (Inquirer)
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