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Remainders: Paper's probe into cheating coming this weekend

  • Districts are already responding to AJC’s not-yet-published cheating exposé. (Tennessean, Chronicle)
  • “Scripted” practice lesson on the Gettysburg Address gets poor marks from a teacher. (AnswerSheet)
  • A city student recalls the period when online learning replaced his teacher and cheating spiked. (HuffPo)
  • Charles Barron is positioning himself as the anti-charter candidate in Congressional race. (Capital NY)
  • Parents can officially begin applying to kindergarten programs on Monday. (InsideSchools)
  • In an Olympic year, a class gets a boost with help from a gold medalist; yours can, too. (GS Community)
  • Arne Duncan slightly revised his stance on releasing teacher ratings: He’s opposed. (Teacher Beat)
  • Last weekend, State Education Commissioner John King expressed a similar sentiment. (MetroFocus)
  • A teacher breaks down how students arrived at the definition of her word of the day. (ComingofAge)
  • Rick Hess profiles a Master’s of Education program housed in a business school. (Straight Up)