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Remainders: Bloomberg says there's no choice but layoffs

  • Bloomberg told people he maybe thought were teachers he’s sorry about the budget. (Daily Politics)
  • Somehow, Educators 4 Excellence emailed principals about happy hours for teachers. (Ed Notes)
  • School cooks can — with difficulty — make healthy food even in half-broken kitchens. (GS Community)
  • A teacher reports funny business in the online Open Market System, which lists no jobs. (JD2718)
  • The high school admissions process is defined by excessive demand and inadequate supply. (EdVox)
  • Ruben has gimmicks to get his students ready for the state tests but wonders why. (GS Community)
  • Are the high-stakes Teacher Data Reports biased against teachers with good students? (Edwize)
  • Whole Foods dashes the argument that schools, like grocery stores, can be distributed better. (Scocca)
  • A worldwide tour of school lunches includes fish sausage in Japan and moules in France. (Buzzfeed)
  • Megan McArdle: Too few acknowledge that most kids just don’t learn to read and add well. (Atlantic)
  • A debate is raging over the propriety of legacy admissions to elite colleges. (The Choice)
  • Unlike most other big cities, Baltimore has managed to avoid the word “layoffs” this year. (Inside Ed)
  • One priority of Michelle Rhee’s StudentsFirst venture seems to be private school vouchers. (Russo)