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Remainders: From senator to ed reform consultant

  • Former State Senator Craig Johnson is now a consultant for Democrats for Education Reform. (Newsday)
  • All over the country, fights are increasing between states and their teachers unions. (Politico)
  • Ed. Sec. Arne Duncan clarifies (a little) where he stands on teacher layoff policies. (EdWeek)
  • Liz Willen calls on the city to revamp its “inequitable, illogical” high school admissions. (Insideschools)
  • By placing its members in charter schools, Teach for America is abandoning its mission. (GS Community)
  • The Regents are surveying New Yorkers about how they want graduation requirements changed. (NYT)
  • A bad observation turns into a good one with the words “you didn’t do anything wrong. (NYC Educator)
  • NY’s State Education Department issued its annual school report cards today. (Ithaca Journal)
  • Andy Rotherham lays out what he thinks are the five biggest myths about vouchers. (Time)
  • The Obama administration isn’t planning to leave rural schools out of the RttT of 2012. (Hechinger)

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