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Remainders: Internal conflicts found in city's progress reports

  • The city’s progress reports contain competing grades, making them more confusing. (Insideschools)
  • A Park Slope mom describes her son’s school’s anti-bullying assembly, from his perspective. (Finslippy)
  • A teacher describes how he applied what he learned as a banker to win respect from students. (Yo Mista)
  • The Danielson model’s room for discretion makes NYC’s rubric tougher than Kansas City’s. (DOE Nuts)
  • At P.S. 186 in Brooklyn, a newly extended school day includes more time for physical activity. (CBS)
  • Arne Duncan: Obama sees education as an “investment”; Romney see it as an expense. (Politics K-12)
  • A teacher exhorts his colleagues to look past the incompetence and chaos to the students. (Edwize)
  • Education professors say ignoring history gives corporate school reformers a pass. (SchoolBook)
  • A lesson about busing for British audiences considering new ways to achieve integration. (Guardian UK)

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