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Remainders: An argument about what the NAACP wants

  • A Newscorp executive argues that the NAACP is defending its members, black teachers. (WSJ)
  • A teacher who has criticized Bloomberg-style ed reform explains what she does favor. (GS Community)
  • NAACP local president Hazel Dukes and charter school parents are on Inside City Hall tonight.
  • Introducing another education reform movement with revolutionary ambitions: PreK-3. (Hechinger)
  • A turnaround principal says the most crucial tool in his arsenal is staffing freedom. (EdWeek)
  • A teacher at Rhode Island’s infamous Central Falls HS explains why she quit. (GoLocalProv via JJ)
  • More background on the growing market for technical help evaluating teachers. (EdWeek)
  • Leonie Haimson urges the state not to approve a charter school with real estate ties. (NYCPSP)
  • New York is one of 10 states that have spent between 75 and 90% of federal stimulus funds. (Ed Money)
  • Upper Manhattan parents are working with police to promote school safety. (Insideschools)

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