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Remainders: "Aggressive populism" blamed for shifting ed tides

  • As Joel Klein-style ed reform faces political doom, an acolyte criticizes “aggressive populism.” (HuffPo)
  • Research about city schools that succeed with black and Latino boys suggests what works. (Atlantic)
  • A father in the city for a year describes the tall task of finding a school for seventh grade. (Insideschools)
  • With all the talk of Bloomberg’s new charter schools, a reminder of the many new district schools. (Russo)
  • A skeptic of broad mandates argues for the Common Core on pragmatic grounds. (Common Core Watch)
  • A Bronx education liaison was suspended for trying to use her position for personal gain. (GS in Brief)
  • Both Letitia James and Daniel Squadron said kids would top their plans as public advocate. (City Room)