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Remainders: Leadership by threat and teaching while mothering

  • Collin Lawrence says his old principal threatened teachers to make them act. (GS Community)
  • An excessed teacher says she was asked whether motherhood would interfere with her work. (NYC ATR)
  • A tale of grassroots collaboration between a district and charter school. (Cranston Online via Eduwonk)
  • Wyoming was an early adopter of the Common Core. Now it might be bowing out. (Flypaper)
  • The feds killed Bloomberg’s bid to block New Yorkers from spending food stamps on soda. (City Room)
  • A review of “Class Warfare” finds it tries, but does not convict, teachers unions. (NYT Book Review)
  • Andy Rotherham: Chicago’s schools means Arne Duncan shouldn’t throw stones. (School of Thought)
  • A teacher offers a (very long) checklist for what to get done on the first day of school. (Tween Teacher)
  • D.C. has hired a pro-charter school group to assess the city’s public school system. (Washington Post)
  • An argument that while NYC’s high school choice program isn’t perfect, it’s pretty good. (EdWeek)