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Remainders: What to learn from 2012 and what to expect in 2013

  • Twelve lessons from a year in the life of the New York City schools system. (GothamSchools)
  • A West Virginia physics teacher with a severely disabled son teaches about the meaning of life. (Well)
  • New charter schools, school closures, and teacher evaluations will top 2013’s education agenda. (Times)
  • A principal’s 2013 wish list to Mayor Bloomberg begins with a call to not close any schools. (Schoolbook)
  • “Obama to Sign Bipartisan ESEA Renewal,” and other stories you won’t read this year. (Politics K12)
  • Teacher evaluations get tested in courts, pension fights, and other stories you will. (Rick Hess)
  • A teacher predicts an eval agreement and explains why MORE won’t defeat Mulgrew. (Chaz)
  • Last year’s best Hechinger reports included deep dives on evaluations and teacher prep. (Hechinger)
  • An educator looks back on a year when his teacher-voice got louder and more prominent. (JLV)

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