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Remainders: IS 318 wins national chess tournament

  • Students from IS 318 in Williamsburg won a national K-9 chess tournament. (U.S. Chess Fed)
  • Momentum is mounting on the right against “homosexual indoctrination” in public schools. (TPM)
  • A mom gets the disappointing news that her son’s special ed placement isn’t working. (Insideschools)
  • Value-added misconceptions start with the idea that teaching is too complicated. (Jay Mathews)
  • David Steiner wants a robust curriculum, but not a rigid “French straightjacket” one. (Flypaper)
  • Donna Nevel says the sad state of Khalil Gibran Int’l Academy is the DOE’s fault. (GS Community)
  • Some hypotheses about what Race to the Top 2.0 might look like. (Politics K-12)
  • The correction on Michael Winerip’s story about private school reform pedigrees is a doozy. (Times)
  • A podcast that’s “a love letter to teachers and students,” by a 10-year city teacher. (Mini Lessons)