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Remainders: Pathway to college goes from Brooklyn to Vermont

  • Small colleges in Vermont are letting some high schools, some in NYC, supply students. (Hechinger)
  • In a teacher’s first “school-mare” of the year, his principal trashes his classroom. (Mr. Foteah)
  • A guide to first-grade readiness from 1979 doesn’t smack of today’s metrics of success. (Chicago Now)
  • A new report by advocates of education innovation says New York is uniquely facilitating it. (Bellwether)
  • A version of the teacher evaluation briefing Linda Darling-Hammond gave Congress. (Answer Sheet)
  • Only half of districts in Common Core states say they are rolling the new standards out. (Joanne Jacobs)
  • Maine and Kansas are poised to lead an effort to craft national science standards. (Curriculum Matters)
  • An evaluation method that found most charter schools lacking endorsed New Orleans’. (Mike Goldstein)
  • Even without funding, Colorado is ready to ask vendors to create new state tests. (Ed News Colorado)
  • Democrats are criticizing Republicans for criticizing NCLB, which they have also done. (Rick Hess)