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Remainders: Credit, kudos as Michigan school gun law is vetoed

  • Michigan won’t have a law letting guns into schools, and the AFT is taking credit. (Beltway Confidential)
  • Michelle Rhee told officials internally in her advocacy group that she opposed the bill. (StudentsFirst)
  • Previously, StudentsFirst had said it would abstain from weighing in on gun control policies. (HuffPo)
  • Principals also say they would not want to be armed, as some have suggested after Newtown. (Atlantic)
  • A video about school discipline from 1947 is dated yet still applicable to schools today. (Answer Sheet)
  • The city’s ex-accountability czar see three education management theories at war. (EdWeek via Russo)
  • A series of open letters to “reformers” has morphed with a response from one of them. (Gary Rubinstein)
  • Parents who organized a brainstorming sessions about post-Bloomberg schools recap it. (Insideschools)
  • A teacher reports from the launch of the Museum of Mathematics, soon to host many field trips. (B Niche)