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Remainders: In Brooklyn, it's long division Gangnam Style

  • At a Brooklyn middle school, students started the year doing long division Gangnam Style. (Schoolbook)
  • Forty years after its premiere, “Free to Be You and Me” still has messages for today’s children. (Slate)
  • Contrary to the 1972 album’s message, ed policy today often reinforces gender differences. (Sara Mead)
  • A critic of Denver’s schools might have been masquerading as a school board leader on email. (ENC)
  • Mitt Romney’s “I love teachers” comments have elicited a love letter (not!) from the union. (HuffPo)
  • A shooting that left a police officer dead also resulted in lockdown at nine Queens schools. (Times)
  • Teachers at the Washington Irving campus protested a proposed charter school co-location. (Ed Notes)
  • A city teacher explains why she takes her students to a dim sum restaurant every year. (GS Community)
  • A popular Park Slope middle school is adding a French program, and criticism follows. (Insideschools)
  • Critics of the city’s school policies list what money spent on a data system could have bought. (EdVox)
  • Success Academy is not the only charter network helping to train its own teachers. (Hechinger)

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