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Remainders: City drops class size from survey results highlights

  • Leonie Haimson notes that parents’ class size survey answers got no play this year. (NYC P.S. Parents)
  • The Weekly Reader, a classroom staple for 110 years, will shutter after losing subscribers. (Atlantic)
  • The UFT says the city’s test score presentation disguises ugly truths about its performance. (Edwize)
  • Staten Island principal Rose Kerr won a $15,000 prize for elevating teaching. (Teaching Matters)
  • Dennis Walcott donned “hipster headwear” as he brought healthy lunches to Queens. (Times-Ledger)
  • Education insiders say they doubt Common Core tests will be ready as promised. (Curriculum Matters)
  • Florida is taking schools for severely disabled students out of its accountability system. (On Special Ed)
  • Not all parents are easily sold on the idea of career and tech training. (EdNews Colorado/Hechinger)
  • A four-year teacher offers tips for avoiding a first-day-of-school classroom meltdown. (Mr. Foteah)