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Remainders: USDOE releases No Child Left Behind waiver rules

  • The Obama Administration laid out eligibility rules for No Child Left Behind exemptions. (Politics K-12)
  • States will have to agree, as New York already has, to new teacher evaluation systems. (Teacher Beat)
  • Rick Hess: American education policy worries too much about “the achievement gap.” (National Affairs)
  • A teacher who was skeptical of her iPad when she got it lists the many ways she uses it. (Miss Brave)
  • Deborah Meier lists nine reasons to oppose Chicago’s extended school day plan. (Bridging Differences)
  • A new report finds that “teaching artists” bring innovative approaches to schools. (Curriculum Matters)
  • Andy Rotherham reviews the ed track records of Republicans running for president. (School of Thought)
  • The first song of the year for PS 22’s famous choir: “Pilgrimage” by Suzanne Vega. (PS 22 Chorus)
  • Teachers and staff at PS 80 in Queens explain how they alleviated violence in the halls. (NY Teacher)
  • For the first time since Mayor Bloomberg entered office, poverty in the city is on the rise. (Wonkster)