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Remainders: Against "deniers" and "corporate reformers" both

  • Mike Petrilli: “Deniers” is as problematic a term as its opposite, “corporate reformers.” (Flypaper)
  • A D.C. writer is reporting this year from a district, a charter, and a private school. (Sam Chaltain)
  • The best education-related earthquake tweets, starting with a joke from USDOE. (Politics K-12)
  • Michelle Rhee: “Despite earthquake … great sign of continued progress at DCPS.” (Twitter)
  • Norm Fruchter: New York should follow Montana’s lead and opt out of NCLB, waiver or not. (EdVox)
  • Satire: Students are giving the nation’s schools another chance and enrolling again this year. (Onion)
  • Chicago’s new schools budget cuts programs that serve the city’s neediest students. (Catalyst)
  • A teacher’s continuation of his “Class Warfare” fact-check, now through page 300. (Gary Rubinstein)
  • Twenty-five percent of the new Race to the Top will be based on early childhood plans. (Politics K-12)
  • An employee of a teachers’ “professional association” outlines union alternatives. (Ed News Colorado)
  • Talking points for Randi Weingarten if she wants to be seen as reform-friendly. (Dropout Nation)