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Remainders: Innovation advocates tell USDOE to slow down

  • Individuals and interest groups weighed in on the district Race to the Top proposal. (Politics K-12)
  • Innovation advocates say the Obama administration shouldn’t force personalized learning. (NewSchools)
  • The recent history of the New York Times’ education desk suggests a coverage slowdown. (Capital NY)
  • A parent activist recalls fighting for years to get a policy change finally made last week. (GS Community)
  • Massachusetts’ main teachers union is giving up some seniority rights to avoid conflict. (Boston Globe)
  • The story of the city’s special education reforms is retold through the Passover story. (Ed Notes)
  • A teacher describes the experience of being barred from guiding her students through MOMA. (Freestyle)
  • A Carroll Gardens school is opening an extra G&T kindergarten after an enrollment snafu. (SchoolBook)
  • And don’t forget our (almost)-end-of-the-year happy hour a week from today. RSVPs are required!