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Remainders: The program Stuy and Bronx Science quietly cut

  • Stuyvesant and Bronx Science quietly cut a program aimed at diversifying their admissions. (Our Town)
  • A graduate of the program says it got him into Bronx Science and changed his life. (Amsterdam News)
  • Eva Moskowitz warns UWS parents interested in her school not to plan to sleep in on Saturdays. (Capitol)
  • Attendance at Lehman High School’s prom is cut in half, maybe because prom is so expensive. (CBS)
  • A new study published in Science uses learning research to re-imagine science teaching. (Times)
  • Remedial courses that replace what was missed in high school cost the U.S. $3.6 billion a year. (All4Ed)
  • Live-tweeting a poetry analysis during English class as a way to engage students in a lesson. (Times)
  • The Gates Foundation’s new headquarters is a vast 12-acre campus. (KOMO News)
  • Debbie Meier is struck by the “passionate certainty” of the other side of the debate. (Bridging Differences)
  • Chinese students’ days begin early in the morning and stretch until late at night. (Hechinger)