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Remainders: A teacher decides to bring fun back to class

  • Gov. Paterson formally applied for New York’s share of federal “edujobs” money. (Office of the Governor)
  • Lessons on parents and schools from last week’s parent-led PEP meeting shut-down. (Quick and the Ed)
  • How one elementary school teacher learned to stop worrying and love the fun. (GothamSchools)
  • Rep. George Miller has called a congressional hearing on school turnaround companies. (Politics K-12)
  • Mark your calendar for new student registration, which starts Sept. 1. (Insideschools)
  • How the two national teachers unions are run has affected their stands on Obama’s agenda. (EdWeek)
  • City schools could help slow the spread of HIV with better sex ed, advocates say. (Chelsea Now)
  • The writers behind the L.A. Times’ controversial story on value-added answer readers’ questions. (LAT)
  • Fewer than one in four ACT-takers are ready for college-level work, the test-makers said. (Flypaper)

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