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Remainders: 2011 predictions include Cathie Black's resignation

  • Cathie Black will be gone by Easter, predicts Mike Petrilli. (Flypaper)
  • Black’s management history might not bode well for her chancellorship. (Politics Daily)
  • Read the student play about NYC school reform that Jamaica HS banned. (Answer Sheet)
  • Race to the Top flip-flops lead a list of politically significant education events. (Politics K-12)
  • A dad says he’s finally come to terms with the fact that his daughter is good but not great. (Insideschools)
  • The difference between starting and finishing college might be skills to read boring texts. (Mike Goldstein)
  • Brooklyn High School for Leadership and Community Service helped steer a dropout to college. (Times)
  • Jason Glass of Iowa tops a list of state education leaders to watch in 2011. (Christian Science Monitor)
  • Leonie Haimson: Joel Klein’s departure was thing to happen last year. (NYC Public School Parents)
  • A blogger’s wish list for the UFT in 2011 brooks no compromise. (Chaz’s School Daze)
  • 2010’s best education articles include Elizabeth’s “Building a Better Teacher.” (Educated Reporter)
  • A Bronx teacher who started as a Teaching Fellow says she wasn’t “highly qualified.” (HuffPo)