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Remainders: Education policy prompts latest Jersey Shore fight

  • On the Jersey Shore, N.J. Gov. Chris Christie shouted down a critic of his education policy. (City Room)
  • Eric Nadelstern: We need more — but better — opportunities for credit recovery, not fewer. (SchoolBook)
  • The birth of another GEM baby is cause for both congrats and worry about teacher activism. (Ed Notes)
  • A teacher says he’s having a change of heart about putting together a portfolio of his work. (NYCdoenuts)
  • A teacher says grading Advanced Placement exams each year is his best training. (Schools of Thought)
  • There are still 10 states waiting for the White House to judge their NCLB waiver requests. (Politics K-12)
  • TFA teachers in Philadelphia heard an anti-reform speech that has now disappeared. (Gary Rubinstein)
  • A blog by Harvard education school graduate students pokes fun at the reform moment. (HugsyFunnies)
  • If a New Hampshire legislator is right that kindergarten causes crime, New York is in trouble. (Yahoo)