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Remainders: A teacher's open letter takes on his data report

  • A Brooklyn teacher’s open letter to UFT Prez Michael Mulgrew about teacher data reports. (JD2718)
  • An adapted nursery rhyme tells the story of Dennis Walcott’s first two weeks as chancellor. (Flypaper)
  • The Grassroots Education Movement will premiere its response to “Waiting for ‘Superman.'” (Ed Notes)
  • Of the city’s high school admissions process, Miss Eyre asks, “Must it be this way?” (NYC Educator)
  • On assisting the Passover seder’s Four Children, when they show up in the classroom. (GS Community)
  • The backstory on how Chicago reporters looked into J.C. Brizard — and what they found. (Trib Nation)
  • One of Chicago’s two major dailies says Brizard’s accomplishments have been overstated. (Sun-Times)
  • A call for more details about Brizard’s two-decade career in New York City’s schools. (Progress Illinois)
  • As Brizard leaves Rochester, the first public-school-building charter school moves in. (City Newspaper)
  • Three school districts are together piloting implementation of common standards. (Curriculum Matters)
  • Andy Rotherham highlights two new under-the-radar studies about teacher quality. (School of Thought)
  • A new PBS series about education starts with Diane Ravitch and Cory Booker interviews. (Channel 13)