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Remainders: A teacher's if/then rules for the end of the year

  • A set of if/then rules for the end of the year, by a teacher who has experienced them. (NYCDOENuts)
  • Marcia Lyles, who left the DOE for Delaware, is now up for the chief job in Jersey City. (Hudson Reporter)
  • Students from six city public schools got a chance to compose for the New York Philharmonic. (NPR)
  • Several stories outline the promise and pitfalls of national standards and tests. (Washington Monthly)
  • A 10-year-old video of a day in the life of a Teach for America trainee emerges. (Gary Rubinstein)
  • A city lawyer says Romney’s education plan would cut down on “shadow vouchers” for the rich. (Atlantic)
  • A Stanford professor discusses his study on the widening class divide among students. (CEAP)
  • A teacher: “As bad as things are in … New York, they’re looking even worse in Chicago.” (NYC Educator)
  • The head of a tutoring company draws a line between ethical and unethical business. (SchoolBook)
  • A parent satirizes the pitches for gifted test tutoring that are sent to 3-year-olds. (Insideschools)
  • Why StudentsFirst lacks a space and other tidbits about education advocacy groups. (Teacher Beat)