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Remainders: No compromise on education cuts, Assembly says

  • The Assembly might compromise with Gov. Cuomo, but not on school budget cuts. (Capital Tonight)
  • The Alliance for Quality Education named its donors and wants Cuomo to do the same. (Daily Politics)
  • Principal Jason Levy on what to do if a student throws a chair: “First, do no harm.” (GS Community)
  • Innovation Zone schools are using trial and error to figure out new ways to teach and learn. (Ed Week)
  • East Bronx Academy for the Future is putting its iZone initiatives on display. (Teaching Matters)
  • A class makes a new-kid-survival-guide for the girl transferring in, complete with directions. (Mr Foteah)
  • The good, the bad, and the intriguing about American students’ scores on international exams. (Flypaper)
  • Connecticut’s achievement gap spans the cities and the suburbs. (CT Mirror/Hechinger Report)
  • While seniors wait for college news, it’s a good time for them to thank their supporters. (Insideschools)
  • Diane Ravitch: Wisc. Gov. Scott Walker is as bad on human rights as Saudi Arabia. (Bridging Differences)
  • Resources for teachers looking to bring Wisconsin into the classroom. (Rethinking Schools via Edwize)
  • Another look at Kathy Cashin, the former city superintendent and the newest Regent. (City Room)