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Remainders: City high school admins suing over Google results

  • Administrators at Norman Thomas HS are suing Google to get defamatory results quashed. (Daily Intel)
  • Their court papers say that the top results for their names are blogs alleging pedophilia. (Smoking Gun)
  • The City Council wants help getting books about LGBT issues into city schools. (Insideschools)
  • To make money, three Lower East Side schools have rented out their yard to a noisy tenant. (DNAInfo)
  • A teacher remembers how a ninth-grade vocabulary test induced lasting test anxiety. (Music and Beyond)
  • Liza Featherstone: The biggest issue with state tests is their creators’ anti-intellectualism. (Brooklyn Rail)
  • Mike Petrilli: The idea that better schools will increase social mobility is more complicated. (Flypaper)
  • Crowding in one of Chicago’s toniest neighborhoods has schools rooting out fake addresses. (Russo)
  • Two reports warn about the potential effect of sweeping federal budget cuts on education. (Politics K-12)
  • A report out today finds that teachers increasingly think that unions should be reformers. (Hechinger)