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Remainders: Class size, budget cuts challenge Calif. schools

  • A day in the life of six California classrooms, through the ethnic press. (New America Media)
  • A member of the Cleveland Browns gave $10,000 scholarships to 79 high school grads. (Yahoo Sports)
  • A literacy coach says performance tasks are being designed for new evaluations too hastily. (LinkEd)
  • TFA founder Wendy Kopp and NEA head Dennis Van Roekel on three points of consensus. (USA Today)
  • A call not to separate church and classroom during the holiday season. (Charting My Own Course)
  • The city is looking for an executive director of its SchoolFood division. (Simply Hired)
  • Parsing the career of a New York Times education reporter who took a buyout this week. (Russo)
  • For Hanukkah, considering the great miracle that happens in city classrooms. (Mr. Foteah)
  • A critical description of police presence at a school closure protest. (Faster Times via Ed Notes)
  • From the UFT, an educator’s perspective on what a recent charter school study tells us. (Edwize)
  • Fact-checking the Department of Education’s claims about new schools’ performance. (Edwize)
  • Enumerating elements of “The New Stupid” in education policy-making. (Rick Hess Straight Up)