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Remainders: States scaling back on Race to the Top promises

  • Every state but Georgia that won Race to the Top grants has altered its promises. (Politics K-12)
  • The education reform movement doesn’t have a Rosa Parks-style figurehead. Should it? (Flypaper)
  • One of the city’s largest school bus companies has filed for bankruptcy. (WSJ)
  • Asked to create “outcomes-based assessments,” Collin Lawrence grew confused. (GS Community)
  • A reminder: Even though American students don’t know some things, they do know others. (Larry Cuban)
  • The mother of a child with autism confesses that she doesn’t care if he ever mainstreams. (Insideschools)
  • A Boston charter school teacher is closely tracking alums’ college success. (Starting an Ed School)
  • A rundown of Jonah Edelman’s comments about school politicking in Illinois. (Teaching in Dialogue)
  • A teacher’s list of cringeworthy she said back in her first year in the classroom. (Mrs. Ripp)

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