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Remainders: Missing boy brings questions about space-sharing

  • A space-sharing deal between schools where a boy went missing may have been a factor. (Schoolbook)
  • The boy’s mother is now planning to sue the city for $25 million for allowing him to leave school. (WSJ)
  • Commissioner John King faced a tough crowd while meeting with parents last night. (GS in Brief)
  • The Department of Education just launched an online “one-stop shop for anti-bullying.” (NYC Schools)
  • A foundation that supports city charter schools sent out a post-rally email touting the event. (GS in Brief)
  • A boy’s death in a Philadelphia school raised new questions about school nurse layoffs. (Notebook)
  • An interview with Scott Elliot, new editor of GothamSchools’ sister site in Indianapolis. (Russo)
  • Some teachers protested outside the UFT’s general delegate assembly meeting this week. (Ed Notes)