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Remainders: A UFT opposition caucus names its candidates

  • MORE, an opposition caucus in the UFT, announced its slate of candidates for next year. (Ed Notes)
  • Students at Achievement First Brooklyn HS are using the debates to practice debating. (Schoolbook)
  • The woman who asked about pay equity at Tuesday’s debate is a still-undecided teacher. (Russo)
  • Students at Telecommunications HS are designing and conducting political polls. (Brooklyn Bureau)
  • Researchers don’t actually know whether education decreases gun violence, but they think so. (HuffPo)
  • Pedro Noguera: Despite Obama’s education policies, I see the choice as clear. (Bridging Differences)
  • Democracy Prep students ask people to “Vote for Somebody,” to the tune of “Call Me Maybe.” (YouTube)
  • Queen Raina flew in “Teach Like a Champion” author Lemov to help Jordanian teachers. (Jordan Times)
  • Changes to gifted & talented admission this year guarantee seats to fewer students. (Insideschools)
  • A conversation about the future of school reform touched on poverty, choice, jobs, and scale. (Eduwonk)
  • A veteran teacher assuages concerns that rookies tend to have in October. (Starting an Ed School)

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