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Remainders: Annual Broad Prize goes to Charlotte, N.C., schools

  • This year’s Broad Prize for an urban district went to Charlotte-Mecklenberg in North Carolina. (EdWeek)
  • Research suggests Charlotte’s district and charter schools are on par with each other. (Matt Yglesias)
  • Proposed changes to ESEA could discount more disabled students from accountability. (On Special Ed)
  • Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry says paddling can help children with ADD. (Atlantic Wire)
  • Ask to rate training sessions she’d like to attend, a teacher writes her own list. (Miss Eyre/NYC Educator)
  • A review of books that can be used in special education classrooms and their effectiveness. (Mr. Foteah)
  • Advice on deciding which Regents exams to take and when, starting in eighth grade. (Insideschools)
  • Report: High-performing students don’t gain as quickly as their low-performing peers. (Fordham Institute)
  • A film playing on PBS tonight documents the lives of Filipino teachers in Baltimore. (Joanne Jacobs)
  • More on the Common Core at McKee High School, complete with lesson plans. (Soaring Seagulls)
  • Rupert Murdoch will be the keynote speaker at an education reform conference next month. (Digital Ed)