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Remainders: A sixth-borough view on Innovation Zone newbie

  • A Philadelphia parent’s view of the administrator tapped for NYC’s Innovation Zone. (NYC P.S. Parents)
  • Speaking of Philly, that buried investigation found signs of cheating at a third of schools. (Notebook)
  • A suggestion that Atlanta’s Beverly Hall pull a Reggie Bush and return her trophies. (John Merrow)
  • States are talking more about cutting special ed funding, once a sacred cow. (On Special Education)
  • Stephen Lazar surveys teacher evaluation reform efforts and notes their shortcomings. (GS Community)
  • A bid to depoliticize — or gut — San Diego’s school board ended with too few signatures. (Voice of S.D.)
  • Oregon’s governor wants to remake schools by doing away with “seat time” requirements. (Oregonian)
  • Ten things to know, and mostly hate, about the city’s graduation data. (Edwize)
  • Students are pushing the state to administer the cancelled trigonometry Regents in August. (Facebook)
  • PS 9’s Upper West Side block was once teeming with sociopaths — half a century ago. (City Room)
  • A teacher who just retired turns her students’ reflections into words of advice. (Pissed Off Teacher)