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Remainders: An indie rock band instructs on primary colors

  • The band OK GO stars in a paint-filled “Sesame Street” video about primary colors. (YouTube)
  • Liza Featherstone observes the march toward privatization in her own son’s school. (Brooklyn Rail)
  • Nat Hentoff: Students should rate their teachers, not standardized test results. (Village Voice)
  • Teacher Mark Fusco compares students’ regular writing to their Regents exam essays. (GS Community)
  • A city high school student describes being the child of two parents who “self-deported.” (Times)
  • The UFT says the principal of Brooklyn’s P.S. 22 has driven teachers out for years. (New York Teacher)
  • A teacher snapped a photo of a cracked floor that has gone unfixed for two years. (inside Colocation)
  • The city’s online zone maps have not been updated to reflect changes in zoning. (Insideschools)
  • Students at Fashion Industries High School had an inspiring visit from fashionistas. (SchoolBook)
  • On the difference between student performance, which tests measure, and schools’. (Shanker Blog)
  • A private school job listing reveals the myriad tasks of a school librarian. (Education on the Plate)
  • Charter networks that span multiple states are hitting common assessment issues. (Curriculum Matters)

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