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Remainders: In Albany, charter backers funded budget fight

  • A pro-charter school group in Albany waged war on a charter-neutral schools budget. (Times-Union)
  • A Brooklyn politician says the settlement paid by Lehman Brothers should go to schools. (Daily Politics)
  • More on the issues with teacher data reports in classrooms of high-performing students. (Edwize)
  • A profile of GothamSchools says we’re at the frontier of news reporting. (Columbia Journalism Review)
  • An argument that lack of teacher turnover costs just as much as turnover itself. (Megan McCardle)
  • Joel Klein went stats-free when saying “most” teachers don’t like traditional training. (Dana Goldstein)
  • A mural at IS 159 in Dyker Heights is growing as students every year add to it. (City Room)
  • Alex Grodd, the founder of an up-and-coming lesson plan sharing site, is a juggler. (Sara Mead)
  • Ed Secretary Arne Duncan is pushing ex-DOE deputy John White as Louisiana’s schools chief. (AP)
  • Democrats for Education Reform’s L.A. office shares a building with a city rubber room. (DFER.org)