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Remainders: Black dismisses protests over roll-over funds

  • Cathie Black said a cut of school rainy-day funds doesn’t punish principals who save. (Daily News)
  • Ross Global Academy is giving up its fight against closure but fired its principal. (InsideSchools)
  • The city is dropping plans to add 17,000 school seats because of state cuts. (Gotham Gazette)
  • The Fordham Foundation rates states’ U.S. history standards, gives NY an A minus. (Fordham)
  • Robert Jackson will lead a protest against education cuts in Albany tomorrow. (State of Politics)
  • NYSUT is launching an ad campaign urging lawmakers to extend the millionaire’s tax. (WNYC)
  • UFT president Michael Mulgrew lands on the “losers” list for the quail episode. (City Hall)
  • It’s not about the quail, it’s about the UFT’s sense of self-entitlement, writes Norm Scott. (Ed Notes)
  • Rick Hess predicts a collision between the Common Core and school choice backers. (EdWeek)
  • A big report on preparing students for college “wanders into fantasyland.” (Class Struggle)
  • Two upstate school districts have now frozen administrative salaries. (State of Politics)
  • Here’s a school-by-school update on how well Chicago’s Renaissance 2010 schools do. (WBEZ)

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