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Remainders: Assessing David Steiner's exit

  • A lengthy assessment of David Steiner’s tenure in Albany asks whether reform will go on. (Ed Next)
  • A father has a brainstorm: Crowding could be solved if developers built charter schools. (Insideschools)
  • A rundown of what Jean-Claude Brizard did in Rochester and what’s on his plate in Chicago. (The 312)
  • Reform critics in NYC and Chicago have reasons to like Brizard but remain skeptical. (Huffington Post)
  • Ed Sec Arne Duncan will visit Newark tomorrow, even though schools are on spring break. (Metropolis)
  • A look back at N.J. Gov. Chris Christie and Ed Commish Chris Cerf’s long-term relationship. (Daily Kos)
  • Liza Campbell: One downside of a younger teacher corps is a lack of collective memory. (GS Community)
  • A parent at PS 29 speaks out about another parent’s $100,000 theft from the PTA. (Insideschools)
  • A parents’ guide to the Broad Foundation, from some of its critics. (Parents Across America via NYCPSP)
  • The Gates Foundation is funding a StoryCorps oral history series just about teachers. (Alexander Russo)
  • A new and improved No Child Left Behind law in 10 easy steps, starting with national clarity. (Flypaper)
  • The developer of a new math curriculum battles students’ “I’m not good at math” attitude. (Opinionator)