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Remainders: Post buyout, Philly's ex-chief seeks unemployment

  • After getting a $900,000 buyout, Philadelphia’s ex-schools chief is seeking unemployment. (Daily News)
  • The U.S. Department of Education found that schools with poor students get less money. (Politics K-12)
  • Pedro Noguera describes the Broader, Bolder Approach’s impact on Newark’s schools. (Answer Sheet)
  • A student from Murrow High School reports on the increasing difficulty of getting free lunch. (SchoolBook)
  • The Hoover Institution lays out the best (choice) and worst (cheating) education events of 2011. (Hoover)
  • A college counselor weighs in on whether one’s high school choice matters to colleges. (Insideschools)
  • A theory about why the Department of Education moved December’s PEP meeting to Queens. (Ed Notes)
  • A principal says 171,348 data points can’t equal one grade on a city progress report. (SchoolBook)
  • In an era of transformation schools, looking around the world for transformational ones. (Sam Chaltain)

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