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Remainders: Debate over Bill Clinton's charter school record

  • Bill Clinton received a lifetime achievement award at the National Charter Schools Conference. (GPB)
  • An argument that Clinton was an advocate for charter schools but not a groundbreaking on. (Edspresso)
  • Six city schools are among 63 schools in the state on a list of the nation’s best high schools. (Newsweek)
  • Jay Mathews adds the rankings, which he started, to his School Rating Scoundrels Club. (Class Struggle)
  • Jon Huntsman, a Republican and former foe of NCLB, is running for president. (Politics K-12)
  • N.J. Gov. Chris Christie really doesn’t want you to know where his kids went to school. (Atlantic Wire)
  • Collin Lawrence on why he turned down a job offer to stay at his frustrating school. (GS Community)
  • Joel Klein has hired Diana Rhoten, a founder of Startl.org, to be senior VP for strategy. (Marketwatch)
  • Diane Ravitch lists the reasons she’ll march at a national rally in D.C. July 30. (Bridging Differences)
  • Students at the private Dwight School use Twitter and Facebook in social media classes. (City Room)
  • A founder of School of One says the model will expand nationally, even if not by that name. (Mind/Shift)
  • Michigan’s bid to recreate Detroit’s school system will require union cooperation. (Teacher Beat)