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Remainders: A third grade exam score's tie to graduation

  • In one cohort, only one in three city third graders who failed ELA exam graduated high school. (Flypaper)
  • A magazine editor debates the ethical questions of parenting, including holding kids back. (WNYC)
  • The city’s Independent Budget Office rebutted recent claims that it overlooked charter schools’ savings.
  • A teacher offers a historical take on the path for one official to become chancellor. (Ed in the Apple)
  • Former academic mentors are now only a click away, one former student remembers. (Facing History)
  • The SAT essay’s purpose is to measure “the ability to bullshit on demand,” a writer argues. (Slate)
  • When a parent-teacher relationship goes sour, get involved, reflects one teacher in both roles. (HuffPost)
  • What is the “soul” of a school? At one elementary school in Vermont, community engagement. (Atlantic)
  • A parent compares the high school search to another fraught time: apartment hunting. (Insideschools)