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Remainders: A public school librarian complains of book abuse

  • Peter Murphy says the state education department is slowly transforming itself. (Chalkboard)
  • Headed back to school, a librarian readies herself for more book battering. (City Room)
  • C.W. Arp urges teachers to bring fun (and more projects) to their classrooms. (GothamSchools)
  • Diane Ravitch names three influential books on school reform. (Washington Post)
  • Public Impact looks at the “yo-yo effect” in Ohio’s value-added model. (Fordham Institute)
  • Bill de Blasio & John Liu attended a meeting for parents, teachers, angry with the DOE. (Norm Scott)
  • At one Staten Island school, 41 percent of students are chronically absent. (S.I. Advance)
  • Teaching Ambassador Fellows answer the question: Why do you teach? (Ed.gov blog)
  • A Wisconsin reporter explains why her paper can’t publish value-added scores. (Journal Sentinel)
  • For those who’ve missed out on a summer’s worth of school news, a round up. (NY Times)

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