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Remainders: Weingarten on Colbert

  • AFT president Randi Weingarten and Stephen Colbert talk Wisconsin. (Colbert Report)
  • Cuomo’s budget cuts funding for 11 schools serving blind, deaf, and disabled students. (Daily News)
  • The Center for American Progress has a report on how principals try to improve teacher quality. (CAP)
  • Elizabeth Puccini tours P.S. 276, a green school in Battery Park City. (GS Community)
  • Stephen Lazar: Ending LIFO will sacrifice the dedicated teachers who want to stay. (GS Community)
  • One of Rahm Emanuel’s first tasks will be deciding who should run Chicago’s schools. (Sun-Times)
  • Indiana’s right-to-work bill died after Republican lawmakers decided it was a mistake. (Politico)
  • Compton’s school board overturned parents’ petition to turn their school into a charter. (L.A. Times)
  • Paying kids to do their homework seems to boost achievement, but paying for grades doesn’t. (NPR)
  • Chris Christie said he doesn’t have support for ending collective bargaining in New Jersey. (WSJ)
  • Also in N.J., Chris Cerf faces an ethics investigation for his consulting company. (N.J. Newsroom)
  • Robert Pondiscio reviews Doug Lemov’s “Teach Like a Champion.” (Education Next)

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