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Remainders: Ending the school year on an upbeat note, in song

  • A local holiday classic, “Pablo the Reindeer,” is passed down to a new generation. (PS 22 Chorus)
  • A roundup of seven top innovations from 2011 that are changing education. (GOOD)
  • Among “The Lives They Lived”: a 43-year Stuyvesant teacher whose last words were about math. (Times)
  • Andy Rotherham: Despite scandals and misgivings, the SAT isn’t going anywhere. (School of Thought)
  • First in a series of NYSED webinars: How to create “student learning objectives.” (Engage NY)
  • The head of the city’s district-charter collaboration compact is looking for branding help. (Twitter)
  • The principal of Millennium Art Academy says Superman has arrived: in her teachers. (SchoolBook)
  • Some Teach for America teachers report having very few students in training classes. (Gary Rubinstein)
  • Like the city schools, we’re taking next week off. Stay tuned for our year-in-review and see you in 2012!